Tag: Tax Havens
In October’s taxcast, Swiss villagers shift a mining giant’s profits to humanitarian projects.
In this month’s Taxcast: Why development money gets routed through tax havens and a look at under-reported elements of the confrontation over Gibraltar.
Ideas on how to hold corporations accountable from the OECD, Japan, Mexico, and others.
While the world waits for reform, the Taxcast looks at how some countries are finding creative ways around the current global tax system.
Google and Apple are forced to defend their tax affairs in public, the Lord of War makes an appearance, and more.
Global corporations are holding governments and citizens up for ransom.
‘Offshore leaks’ blows the lid off secrecy for sale.
The crisis in Cyprus and the risk tax havens pose to the global economy, a surprise earthquake for UK-affiliated tax havens and a frustrated corporate tax inspector speaks out on the corrupting of the tax system.
Helsinki declares itself a tax haven-free zone, Starbucks joins the tax avoidance Roll of Dishonor, and we follow the money: asset recovery, dictators, and the selling of secrecy.
Although the Swiss parliament has allowed FIFA to keep their non-profit status, the international soccer organization will certainly be cashing in during the 2010 World Cup, thanks to the set of financial conditions that they impose upon all host countries