Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton proposed U.S. corporate tax reforms on Friday including a sliding scale for capital gains taxes and changes in executive compensation to encourage long-term growth to benefit American workers.
Entirely legal tax deals for one multinational have cost Malawi £27m in six years. The real cost is to its people, argues Martha Khonje
According to recent figures from the World Bank, my country Malawi is the poorest country in the world....
Forbes screened for foreign-domiciled firms listed on U.S. markets with a market cap above $3 billion that don't have a big hedge fund cheerleader, or have made large-scale, tax-oriented acquisitions over the past 12-months.
June 19, 2015 1:40 AM
A GLOBAL crackdown on firms "shifting profits" abroad to evade tax is likely to have little impact here, given Singapore's compliance with international practices, say PwC executives.
The last time the US tried repatriation – in 2004 – companies took the tax breaks and fired American workers. Better to close loopholes and invest in infrastructure
If you had a spoiled 10-year-old at home who you found rifling through your...