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How Hong Kong can shed its reputation as a tax haven

How Hong Kong can shed its reputation as a tax haven
By Kalina Tsang Kalina Tsang says the government’s half-hearted attempt to enforce better information sharing with other jurisdictions to combat cross-border tax evasion does not go far enough, and it should be bolder More than a year after the Panama ...

Google, Facebook and other digital giants could be forced to pay more tax in UK under ...

Google, Facebook and other digital giants could be forced to pay more tax in UK under international rules shake-up
By Alex Hawkes, Financial Mail on SundayGoogle, Facebook and other digital giants could be forced to pay more tax in the UK under a shake-up in international rules. A rethink by the G20 – the group of 20 nations representing 85 per cent of the global economy ...

Tax on test: do Britons pay more than most?

Tax on test: do Britons pay more than most?
By Patrick CollinsonWe examine how the average burden on British people earning £25,000, £40,000 and £100,000 compares with taxes paid by similar earners in Europe, Australia and the USLabour’s plan to tax incomes over £80,000 more heavily is a “massive tax ...

HMRC wins £3.1m dispute over tax software

HMRC wins £3.1m dispute over tax software
By: Vanessa Houlder Users cannot rely on calculations that use tax authority’s algorithms, judge rules A taxpayer has lost a £3.1m dispute after a judge said that HM Revenue & Customs could challenge tax calculations that relied on its own algorithms.The ...

Messi's Spanish jail sentence for tax fraud to stand

Messi's Spanish jail sentence for tax fraud to stand
A 21-month jail term handed down last year to Barcelona and Argentina footballer Lionel Messi has been confirmed by Spain's Supreme Court, but he is unlikely to go to prison. Messi and his father Jorge, who manages his finances, were both convicted in 2016 of...

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