Largest Multinationals Avoiding $90B in U.S. Taxes
U.S.-based multinational corporations are allowed to play by a different set of rules, says a new study on corporate taxation.
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.
EU to Propose Single System for Computing Tax
The proposed common corporate tax base for companies operating in the European Union is intended to reduce tax avoidance.
Super-sized Tax Avoidance by McDonald’s
A U.K. nonprofit and two labor unions accuse the fast-food giant of channeling royalty payments to a small subsidiary in Luxembourg.
Multinationals Avoid $12B a Year in Repatriation Taxes
Using complex M&A structures, U.S. companies are getting access to cash trapped overseas.
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.
What To Do When the Boss Is a Tax Evader
Private company owners who are tax evaders can cause stress, unemployment and legal problems for CFOs, treasurers and controllers.
Offshore Corporate Profits Pose Hidden Risks
As they pile up in cash accounts, undistributed foreign profits are inflating U.S. multinationals' valuations and making companies appear less leveraged.