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Netflix revenues are reportedly being probed by the UK tax authority

Netflix revenues are reportedly being probed by the UK tax authority
Netflix is under investigation by the U.K.'s tax authority, according to a report by a British newspaper.The Times of London reported Monday that Netflix's British accounts were under scrutiny by government tax body HMRC (Her Majesty's Revenue and ...

Ghosn used tax haven to disguise Nissan home purchases

Ghosn used tax haven to disguise Nissan home purchases
TOKYO -- Arrested Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn was heavily involved in the choice of two luxury homes bought with company cash via units in a British Virgin Islands tax haven for his personal use, including negotiating the price, sources told ...

Chelsea's N’Golo Kante will pay more tax than Amazon

Chelsea's N’Golo Kante will pay more tax than Amazon
The star Chelsea midfielder recently put pen to paper on a £15m deal that will see him pay £564,000 a month in income tax.Chelsea star N’Golo Kante has signed a new £15million-a-year deal which will see him pay more tax than Amazon, it was reported ...

Sugar tax on soft drinks raises £154m

Sugar tax on soft drinks raises £154m
The new sugar tax on soft drinks has raised £153.8m since it was introduced in April, the government has said.The figure, which covers the period to the end of October, means the tax is on track to raise the estimated proceeds of £240m for the full year.The ...

BBC accused of not untangling 'mess' over freelancers' tax

BBC accused of not untangling 'mess' over freelancers' tax
The BBC has been accused of not "fully untangling" the "mess" over some presenters' tax affairs. The chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Meg Hillier MP, said some freelancers had been left in "desperate circumstances". Her comments come as the spending ...

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