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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016

    United States president-elect Donald Trump has promised more than USD4 trillion in tax cuts, and with the White House and Congress expected to be on the same page on the issue of tax for the first time in six years...
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  • Time To Kill Corporate Tax?
    By Tax-News.com Editorial
    Monday, March 7, 2016

    The rich nations are currently responding to the increasing prevalence of tax avoidance by multinational corporations by attempting to rewrite the entire international corporate tax rule book. But instead of embarking on what is likely to be...
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  • Malta Holding Companies 2014/15
    By Tax-News.com Editorial
    Tuesday, October 14, 2014

    Malta, like Cyprus, has been obliged to dismantle its old 'offshore' companies regime as a trade-off for joining the European Union. EU membership has, however, brought about certain benefits for Maltese companies...
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  • Personal Tax Review
    By Tax-News.com Editorial
    Wednesday, October 9, 2013

    For many years, studies showed that personal income taxes were falling, especially for high-earners, as indirect taxes took more of many countries’ overall tax burden. As the financial crisis hit national budgets, this trend was broken as governments sought to raise additional revenue from the wealthy in particular, and top rates began to creep up once more.
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  • Wednesday, July 31, 2013

    President Obama, when on the campaign trail in 2008, envisaged a dramatically simplified tax system whereby 40 million Americans would be able to complete their tax returns in less than five minutes without the paid help of an accountant. Clearly, this utopian vision of the US tax landscape has failed to come to pass, but as Congress begins to debate comprehensive tax reform in earnest, personal taxpayers struggling to comply with America’s dysfunctional tax system at least have some cause for optimism.
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