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Caterpillar raided by US federal agents as part of tax probe

Caterpillar raided by US federal agents as part of tax probe
By: Jessica Dye in New York and Patti Waldmeir in Chicago Shares of heavy machinery maker suffer biggest one-day drop in 8 months Caterpillar shares suffered their biggest one-day drop in eight months after law enforcement ...

HMRC collects £92m in property tax avoidance crackdown

HMRC collects £92m in property tax avoidance crackdown
Property investors ‘lose appetite’ for stamp duty avoidance, says Collyer BristowThe government’s targeted crackdown on stamp duty land tax avoidance seems to be taking effect as property investors lose their appetite for such schemes, Collyer Bristow has ...

Fair Taxation: Commission welcomes new rules to prevent tax avoidance through non-EU ...

Fair Taxation: Commission welcomes new rules to prevent tax avoidance through non-EU countries
Fair Taxation: Commission welcomes new rules to prevent tax avoidance through non-EU countries The Commission welcomes the agreement reached at today's ECOFIN on new rules to help prevent tax avoidance via non-EU countries. This latest addition to the EU's ...

Member states’ broad definition of tax havens raises concerns

Member states’ broad definition of tax havens raises concerns
By Jorge Valero | EurActiv.comEU finance ministers agreed today (21 February) on criteria that will be used to label tax-free jurisdictions as offshore territories, sparking concerns about the negative impact on EU’s future black-list. The...

Tax barrister plans to take Uber to court over alleged £20m black hole

Tax barrister plans to take Uber to court over alleged £20m black hole
By Robert Booth Jolyon Maugham QC says he is preparing to submit case to high court claiming taxi app company should be paying VAT on faresA leading tax lawyer is planning to challenge Uber in the courts over what he alleges could be a £20m-a-year ...

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