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TaxCast: A Difference of Opinions

February 7, 2012

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The inaugural episode of the Tax Justice Network’s new monthly podcast.

taxcastlogo.jpgTaxes are not just something our father’s accountant does for us. This new podcast—or TaxCast, if you will—series, in partnership with Tackle Tax Havens, features discussions with experts in the field about the latest news relating to tax evasion, tax avoidance, and the shadow banking system. Each show is an easily digestible 15 minutes, and we hope you’ll come back every month to learn more about the social implications of tax-related issues.

This inaugural TaxCast investigates the potential aftermath of the Vodafone vs. India landmark tax case, compares Bill Gates and Mitt Romney’s attitudes to taxation, and visit the Occupy camp outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London.



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