Ireland dubbed tax ‘black hole’ by EU commissioner
Ireland, along with several other EU countries, have been called tax policy ‘black holes’ by the EU commissioner, but he dismissed claims for their inclusion on the EU tax haven blacklist.
Make America indebted again
On the one-year anniversary of president Donald Trump’s inauguration, his administration is more divided than ever with growing murmurs of a government shutdown. One thing the president seems to have unwavering support on is his tax bill, but with treasury yields rising should investors be more concerned?
Brits take fight for post-Brexit rights to Dutch court
A court case in the Netherlands involving five UK nationals could decide if 1.2 million British expats can keep their EU citizenship rights post-Brexit.
Brexit must not hinder fraud investigations, UK watchdog warns
Brexit must not interfere with the way criminal professionals are pursued throughout the UK and Europe, the head of the UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has warned.
Eight jurisdictions to be dropped from EU tax haven blacklist
The European Union’s finance minister is expected to remove almost half of the jurisdictions, including Panama and the UAE, from the tax haven blacklist next week, in a move that critics may see as a watering down of its tax avoidance campaign.