Cut U.S. Rates, Launch Territorial Tax System, Reports Contend
Reducing corporate tax rates and introducing a territorial tax system should be centerpieces of reform and would help U.S. competitiveness. studies suggest.
Corporate-tax Reform in America: An Offer They Could Refuse
The president's plan for business tax reform makes no sense.
Corporate Tax Is Smallest Source of U.S. Tax Revenue, Study Finds
The United States collects 10% of all tax revenue in corporate tax. In comparison, 37% of tax revenue comes from individuals.
OECD Unveils Plan to Rein in Profit Shifters
The first seven components of the project to battle base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) address transfer pricing and bilateral tax treaties.
OECD Cuts Growth Forecasts; Urges Intervention in Euro Zone
While cutting forecasts for the major economies, the OECD says the euro zone requires stronger central bank intervention.
U.S. Leads Industrialized Nations in Corporate Tax Rates
Among all countries, only the United Arab Emirates and Chad tax businesses more heavily.
Internet Firms and Taxes: Patch-Up Job
Taxmen are doing whatever they can to squeeze more from online businesses.
Steep Climb Ahead for Level Tax Playing Field
The OECD's global plan will be tough for corporations to comply with, experts say.
Companies and Tax: Cook Lightly Grilled
The testimony on Capitol Hill by Apple’s boss made the case for corporate tax reform in more ways than one.