The chairman of the Commons Public Accounts Committee has warned against countries “adopting a two-faced approach” to tax policy by signing up to international standards while engaging in tax c
Yesterday’s “massive” signing in Berlin of an agreement implementing the new OECD standard on automatic exchange of information is a “game changer” in the fight against tax evasion, said OECD s
The phased abolition of the controversial “double Irish” tax scheme and introduction of a new tax relief for intellectual property will enhance Ireland’s corporate tax regime and align it with
Professional services firms have a role to play in helping companies think about what is “acceptable and appropriate” in managing their tax affairs, PwC’s global chairman has said.
More taxes will be needed to contribute to deficit reduction and address “unacceptable inequalities”, business secretary Vince Cable has told the Liberal Democrats conference in Glasgow.
The UK and Ireland boss at one of the big four accountancy firms has sent a defiant message to George Osborne, declaring that the firm will not change its advice to US technology groups accused
The Irish government has defended two tax rulings given to the Apple group in 1991 and 2007 after a European Commission decision published this week suggested that Apple may have received illeg
Britain will “lead the world” in implementing this autumn's reforms designed to modernise the international tax system, George Osborne told the Conservative party conference yesterday.
The UK is the first of 44 countries to “formally commit” to implementing a new country-by-country reporting template, HM Treasury announced at the weekend.
The UK's patent box regime for taxation of intellectual property has become a “conspicuous sticking point” in negotiations behind the ambitious G20/OECD project to tackle base erosion and profi