Beyond paradise: where does offshore money come from?
The Paradise Papers revealed secrets about the hidden wealth of the ultrarich. But what do we know about the origins of the trillions of dollars concealed in tax havens?
UAE and Saudi Arabia introduce VAT to boost non-oil revenue
In an effort to transition their economies away from oil dependency, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have introduced VAT on various goods and services
Threat of EU blacklist looms large for tax havens
In an effort to clamp down on tax havens, the EU will release a blacklist of countries failing to meet transparency, tax fairness and data-sharing regulations
Country by country reporting: managing your tax reputation risk
Bernadette Pinamont and Nanzy Manzano discuss the risks of country-by-country reports leaking, in our video series with tax automation experts Vertex
Country by country reporting: future-proofing your processes
Nancy Manzano explains how to update your tax workflow for country-by-country reporting in our video series with tax automation experts Vertex
Country by country reporting: is your business ready?
Bernadette Pinamont explains how businesses are preparing for country-by-country reporting in our video series with tax automation experts Vertex
Google escapes $1.27bn French tax bill
A long-winded dispute over Google’s tax arrangement has reached a conclusion, with a court ruling sparing the firm from paying a mammoth back tax bill
A taxing issue: how to navigate Latin America’s complex withholding tax regulations
Managing withholding taxes can be extremely difficult in Latin America. But, with a knowledge of local regulations, these complexities can be navigated
Afschrift Law Firm: Preparing for the automatic exchange of tax information
In the second part of our conversation with Jonathan Chazkal, he explains the information that will be exchanged and when
Belgium offers final tax amnesty before automatic exchange of information
Jonathan Chazkal from Afschrift Law Firm discusses the last chance for Belgium’s tax residents to come clean about overseas assets
Dissecting the US Treasury’s country-by-country reporting regulations
Expert on in-house corporate tax Nancy Manzano provides World Finance with insight into US country-by-country reporting regulations, with one definitive question in mind, what exactly has changed?
US Treasury Department criticises European Commission’s Apple tax probe
As the European Commission prepares to release the findings of its investigation into Apple’s tax bill, the US has accused the body of overstepping its jurisdiction
EY is bringing robo advice to the forefront of its operations
From blockchain technology to automated financial advice, EY’s asset management division has shown itself to be a keen and enthusiastic proponent of technological advancement in online-driven finance
EU state aid investigations could be doing more harm than good
The EU’s state aid investigations could be causing a butterfly effect in terms of unintended consequences
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