Taxcast: Transparency Measures and JFK the Tax Reformer
December 5, 2013
By arrangement with Tackle Tax Havens
In the latest Taxcast: the movers and the shakers in the 2013 Financial Secrecy Index, the pariah states trying to wreck new global transparency measures, and it’s 50 years ago last month that US President John F Kennedy was assassinated. Did you know he was trying to tackle tax havens?
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