World Taxing Authorities Prepare to Attack
To respond to budget deficits and economic austerity, worldwide taxing authorities are deploying a new weapon: information exchange.
Is a U.S. ‘Patent Box’ a Good Idea?
It may be wise to give favored tax treatment to intellectual property in exchange for keeping it domestic, even without corporate tax reform.
Global Economy Set to Slow: OECD
However, the group's economic indicators also suggest growth in some countries, including China, could be stabilizing.
What You Need to Know about Inversions
Inversions are on the rise, and for good reason, considering the typical tax savings. Here's a primer on the terrain if you're mulling the move.
Why Tax Planning Should Be Melded with Strategy
Integrating tax planning early on in strategic planning can help a company boost its cash flow.
OECD Releases Final Measures on Tax Avoidance
The final package of base erosion and profit-shifting measures includes new minimum standards on country-by-country reporting.
BEPS Tax Storm Is Coming This Year
BEPS, the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit Shifting plan, lays out actions designed to realign current tax policy with the realities of the global economy.
G7 to Clamp Down on Tax Avoidance Via Transfer Pricing
Multinational firms said to be 'cheating' African countries out of billions of dollars that could be used for health care and education.
OECD Cuts Growth Forecast On Q1 Slump
Report urges 'mutually reinforcing' policies to avoid risks and move global economy to more stable growth.
Income Inequality Hits ‘Tipping Point,’ OECD Says
"Inequality in OECD countries is at its highest since records began,” according to the organization's secretary-general.