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US puts squeeze on corporations shifting to Ireland to cut their taxes

US puts squeeze on corporations shifting to Ireland to cut their taxes
By Colm Kelpie   The United States government has heightened its clampdown on big multinationals who try to avoid paying US taxes by shifting income and operations overseas to places including Ireland. The US Treasury announced new regulations ...

British Virgin Islands: have they cleaned up since the Panama Papers?

British Virgin Islands: have they cleaned up since the Panama Papers?
By Max Heywood    Half a year has passed since the corruption story of the year – the Panama Papers – revealed the real owners behind thousands of shell companies. Over 50 per cent of the shell companies uncovered in the ...

Raids on KPMG partners' homes carried out to coincide with tax evasion crackdown ...

Raids on KPMG partners' homes carried out to coincide with tax evasion crackdown announcement, court told
Raids on the homes of four partners at Belfast accountancy firm KPMG were improperly carried out to coincide with the British Chancellor's announcement of a crackdown on tax evasion, it was claimed on Friday. Lawyers for the executives argued at the High ...

US modifies plans to crack down on tax inversions

US modifies plans to crack down on tax inversions
by: Barney Jopson in Washington Final regulations to focused more on aggressive avoidance after business outcry The Obama administration has revised a proposed crackdown on US companies moving overseas to cut their tax bills in an effort to protect other ...

Will India's tax evasion amnesty scheme curb 'black money'?

Will India's tax evasion amnesty scheme curb 'black money'?
By Sanjoy Majumder Earlier this month, the Indian government announced that tens of thousands of people had taken advantage of a tax evasion amnesty scheme to declare more than $9.5bn (£7.3bn) in undisclosed incomes and assets.It's being seen as a financial ...

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