Taxcast: Corporate Responsibility, Prosecuting the Banks, and Stopping Tax System Abuse
December 28, 2012
By arrangement with Tackle Tax Havens
In December’s Taxcast from the Tax Justice Network: Banks—too big to fail and now too big to prosecute? Thanks but no thanks to Starbucks’ cynical offer to pay some corporation tax after all, and we discuss a new system rating corporate tax responsibility for consumers that will be out in 2013. And—how we can reform our tax system to stop abuse.
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