Ireland has succumbed and announced it will meet the global minimum corporation tax level of 15%. The country has been one of Europe's FDI stars in recent years. Is this position now under threat?
The ambitious ‘Polish Deal’ Development Programme and a record EU stimulus package pave the way for years of economic growth in Poland, according to Stanisław Pietrzak and Wiktor Shmeruk of CEC Group.
The negative impact of low-tax jurisdictions upon the spending ability of governments is well known, but they also distort the true state of the global economy and obscure systemic risks.
The proposed global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% puts a halt to decades of falling rates and looks to shake up calculations of where and how global companies operate from a fiscal standpoint. Glenn Barklie analyses the implications for international investment.
The UK's free ports risk undermining tax authorities and attracting criminal activity, for no apparent benefit to trade or investment.
The Biden administration is tackling what it views as tax-evading Big Tech companies. In response, Apple is reiterating the value of its data centre investments to the US economy.
The Biden administration is proposing a global minimum corporate tax rate of 21% that could have a significant impact on Ireland’s investment attractiveness.
The OECD's plans to tackle corporate tax avoidance have met with criticism from former White House advisor Joseph Sullivan. His criticisms of the plans are way off the mark.
As economies recover from the worst effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, many will be reviewing their tax policies. Chris Denning of MHA MacIntyre Hudson looks at what companies can do to prepare themselves.