Corporate tax payments will be key to post-pandemic recovery, but receipts must be shared fairly. Can the G7’s global minimum tax rate achieve this feat?
Research shows putting a price on carbon-based fuels, in the form of a fee or tax, is an effective way of reducing GHG emissions and pollution levels.
Trade-based money laundering and tax evasion are big business. Although global trade complexities make tackling these crimes difficult, it's not impossible
G7 Finance Ministers have backed the creation of a global minimum corporate tax rate of at least 15%, which could form the basis of a worldwide deal.
New report identifies three pathways for the transformation of fiscal and monetary policy which could foster a fairer, greener and more inclusive society.
The World Economic Forum’s most-recent Chief Economists Survey show most expect a recovery of global GDP to its pre-COVID-19 level by the first half of 2022.
Global tax policy on digital services has to be multilateral - and more carrot than stick, Zoom's Josh Kallmer told the Global Technology Governance Summit.
Current proposals are complex and unequal. A minimum effective tax rate will reallocate undertaxed profits with substantial benefits for non tax-havens.
Tax authorities are fast becoming the data centres of government, with all the associated attendant risks, responsibilities and opportunities.
As governments decide how to plug holes in their finances, a new report adds weight to calls for higher taxes on the wealthy.
A new survey by think-tank Women's Budget Group has shown the majority of Britons support paying more tax in aid of creating a more equal society.
Smart wealth taxes can preserve capitalism in its fairest forms by increasing innovation, entrepreneurship and wealth creation,argues one investor.
Including tax planning at early design and development stages can lead to a more efficient and compliant blockchain solution.
Governments should be prepared to find other ways to fuel the economy, as revenue from taxes is currently not a viable option.