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Calls for mandatory tax on gambling industry to treat addiction in UK

Calls for mandatory tax on gambling industry to treat addiction in UK
Overhaul of laws needed, with onus on industry to reduce problem gambling, says BMJ paperGambling laws should be radically overhauled, including a mandatory tax on the industry to fund addiction treatment, according to the authors of a paper. The report,...

Trump: Billion dollar losses were 'for tax purposes'

Trump: Billion dollar losses were 'for tax purposes'
President Trump has said the losses his business made in the eighties and nineties were "for tax purposes".He was tweeting in reply to a New York Times (NYT) article claiming that from 1985-95 he made losses of over $1bn. The newspaper said that Mr ...

Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case: report

Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case: report
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish prosecutors have charged Thomas Borgen, former chief executive of Danske Bank, over his involvement in one of the world’s biggest money laundering scandals, newspaper Borsen reported on Tuesday, citing his lawyer.Borgen is the ...

Tax-dodging puppy farmers targeted in HMRC operation

Tax-dodging puppy farmers targeted in HMRC operation
More than £5m in unpaid tax has been recovered from hundreds of dog breeders and traders selling puppies on the black market. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) launched an investigation in 2015 after animal welfare groups expressed concerns puppies were being ...

Nordea provides 95 million euro for possible fine for alleged money laundering

Nordea provides 95 million euro for possible fine for alleged money laundering
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nordea Bank, the Nordic region’s biggest lender, booked on Tuesday a 95 million euro provision for a possible fine for alleged money-laundering, while posting a bigger-than-expected drop in its first-quarter operating profit. ...

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