World Taxing Authorities Prepare to Attack
To respond to budget deficits and economic austerity, worldwide taxing authorities are deploying a new weapon: information exchange.
Banks Have More Time to Comply With Offshore Tax Rule
With questions remaining over country agreements, the government has given financial institutions a six-month breather.
IRS Shares Data to Nab Evaders
The United States, Australia and the United Kingdom set up a tax sharing plan to catch corporate tax evaders. The move could spread to other countries.
Tax Rules Roil Financial Sector
Proposed rules for implementing FATCA may have broad implications for U.S. banks.