The rules on what counts as taxable income haven’t changed.
The outcomes of increased financial inclusion in Ghana have been mixed
The conventional narrative on corporate tax increases relies on ‘zombie ideas’ that pander to corporate interests, harm the public interest and refuse to die.
The costs of high taxes on the rich are likely only to be moderate. But the democratic, environmental, and health benefits are truly enormous and could transform society and dramatically.
The federal government wanted to give taxpayers a couple months to prepare the year’s taxes. But as filing became more complex, the date was pushed back.
The co-hosts of the ‘Taxes for the Masses’ podcast explain the upside and downside of all those credits and deductions.
As the US increasingly becomes a cashless society, it’s getting harder to use currency to pay for things – including taxes. One fearless economist gave it a try.
ISAs are an easy way to boost your savings but they do have rules, some of which change every year.
Domestic resource mobilisation cannot be achieved by over-taxing the livelihoods of the most vulnerable workers in the informal sector.
President Biden outlined his achievements in key policy areas and sketched out his plans for the rest of his term in office.
What is ‘careless behaviour’ in relation to UK tax and in what other ways can people fall foul of HMRC?
The coming copper boom presents Zambia with an extraordinary opportunity – not only to enable mining profits, but to power inclusive growth.
A House committee released details of Trump’s tax returns from his time in office – and they show he paid zilch in 2020.
Our panel of academics responds to the UK government’s latest economic plans.
Taxation of sugar-sweetened drinks is not only inequitable, but also has the potential to create or perpetuate weight stigma, which has negative effects on mental and physical health.
The UK government has not made things easy for businesses recently.
UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s emergency budget announcement has calmed the market initially but experts see continued challenges.
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.