The scandal of PwC consultants using confidential government information to benefit private clients highlights a problem far bigger than one firm.
What is ‘careless behaviour’ in relation to UK tax and in what other ways can people fall foul of HMRC?
A House committee released details of Trump’s tax returns from his time in office – and they show he paid zilch in 2020.
The new book is structured around apartheid profiteers, war profiteers, state capture profiteers, welfare profiteers, failing auditors, conspiring consultants and bad lawyers.
Tax advisers are more likely to act as “tax exploiters” for wealthy clients but “tax enforcers” for the rest of us.
Non-dom status and what it means for the very wealthy, explained.
Research suggests punishing tax cheats can re-establish a sense of justice among the general public, so authorities should use their resources to ensure culpable offenders are held accountable.
It’s become hard to tell where avoidance stops and evasion starts. Tax havens enable both.
Five years after David Cameron was pushing for tighter rules around disclosure of beneficial owners, nothing much has changed.
Juicy stories of political leaders stashing loot overseas make good headlines. But the real story is the need for systemic solutions, especially on property rights and transparency.
A taxation expert explains why South Dakota has become a favorite state for the ultra-rich when it comes to squirreling away their wealth.
The latest instalment of leaks about the super-rich using offshore tax havens to hide their wealth has been published.
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.
Wriggling out of paying taxes may be legal, but is it right? Aristotle, Immanuel Kant – and others – have their say.
To weigh the prospects of a transformation, it pays to look at the markets.
Lost revenue is money that could be spent on lifting people out of poverty.
Not content with swinging behind a global digital tax, now the US treasury secretary wants to put paid to bargain corporation tax rates in general.
In claiming the election was “stolen” from him and using the office of the president to the benefit of his family, Trump dips into the authoritarian playbook to convert power into property.
Congress tends to use the tax code to implement policy, which increases complexity and creates loopholes wealthy taxpayers like Trump can exploit.
Some tax deductions for the cost of managing tax affairs exceed $1 million, but high wealth individual\s can write off the expense in other ways.