How the government plans to address the energy crisis and economic growth, among other key issues.
The tax on electronic transactions has not generated as much revenue as the government of Ghana expected.
The common misconception among Canadians that Indigenous people do not pay any taxes perpetuates harmful stereotypes and hinders reconciliation.
Why tax cuts are unlikely to help Britain address its current crises.
The new law will pay for increased spending in several ways, including a corporate minimum tax and funding tax code enforcement by the IRS.
The true cost of marine conservation often falls on vulnerable coastal communities. Can a ‘beneficiary pays’ approach protect both endangered species and the communities dependent on them?
Labor’s new tax cut is a far cry from what’s needed to meet Australia’s target of 89% new car sales being electric by 2030.
Tax cuts could ease the burden on households and small businesses that are struggling, alongside tax increases for large firms.
Millionaires gain more voices in directing global issues. Now let’s demand their responsibilities in curbing rising inequalities – by taxing them more.
Australia will be probably need to raise an extra 4% of GDP in tax to fund the services it needs. The first step is a inquiry into what’s needed.
Taxes are more than mandatory payments required by governments. Understanding the essential aspects of taxation can help prevent ethically and legally questionable taxes from being imposed.
The IRS has yet to finish millions of returns from the 2021 tax season. That doesn’t bode well for 2022.
A levy on electronic transactions in Ghana makes sense if the government gets the architecture for it right
A tax expert explains why the US continues to use such a complex and costly income tax system.
Taxing electronic payments is key to raising revenue form the informal sector
Whether you pay tax on your Halloween treat supply depends on which state you live in and how it defines candy.
In 1950, the top 0.01% of earners paid almost 70% of their income in taxes. By 2018, the super-rich paid proportionately less than the average for all other Americans.
Boris Johnson is raising national insurance for employees and employers to help pay for the NHS and social care.
Megachurches and the men who lead them can be superrich. So why don’t the IRS and local authorities see a cent in taxes? A scholar explains.
There is no substance to the view that poor people are lazy and prefer to live on handouts from the state rather than seek work.