September 9th, 2021
The UK has approved one of the most regressive tax reforms in its history with the rise in the National Insurance Contribution (NIC) of 1.25% raising an estimated £10bn ($13.7bn) for the social care sector to take care of the elderly and people with long term illnesses.
July 20th, 2021
The FTC organised on July 16 a high-level event on the G20 minimum corporate tax proposal in partnership with ICRICT, TJNA, APMDD and Fundación SES.
May 6th, 2021
On April 27, the FTC hosted a high-level panel to discuss our new Covid Bailout Tracker, which revealed a set of staggering findings regarding governmental funding responses to the pandemic. The panel discussion, which can be viewed in its entirety here (and below), touched on a range of topics, from global minimum corporate taxes to
March 26th, 2021
One of the biggest questions facing governments and civil society organizations over the past year has been clear: Has the financial response to the COVID-19 pandemic been fair and equitable, or has it exacerbated existing fault-lines?