OECD efforts to harmonize VAT tax rules coming down to wire

Businesses that sell goods and services across international borders may soon face major changes, as recently-unveiled plans by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development to harmonize the way online commerce is taxed by governments around the world appear set to become law within a few years.

  • Tax

OECD publishes 'blacklist' of 20 'golden passport' countries

 A "blacklist" of 20 countries that offer so-called “golden passports” to affluent foreigners in order to raise revenue has been published by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, as it warned of the potential misuse of these schemes to hide offshore assets from the scrutiny of the OECD's recently-introduced Common Reporting Standard scheme. 

  • News
Subscribe to this RSS feed

Opinion

U.S. tax expert Goulder: Theory of 'strategic forbearance' could help explain EU reluctance to challenge U.S. over FATCA

U.S. tax expert Goulder: Theory of 'strategic forbearance' could help explain EU reluctance to challenge U.S. over FATCA

In July of 2018,members of the European Parliament resoundingly approved a resolution which supported the right of Europe's estimated 300,000 "accidental Americans"  to be allowed to cast off their American citizenship...

Jan-25-2022