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U.S. Agrees that Time is Now for a Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate
April 7th, 2021
On Monday, new U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen spoke in front of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Amidst ongoing discussions in the U.S. about a proposed $2 trillion economic plan, as well as discussions on financial responses to the pandemic and the Biden administration’s proposed economic and investment policies, Yellen revealed that the U.S. is
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How to Combat Illicit Financial Flows During a Pandemic
March 17th, 2021
Curbing illicit financial flows (IFFs) under typical conditions is difficult—but trying to do so on top of battling a pandemic is a recipe for even more challenges. From travel shutdowns to figuring out digital collaboration, the past year has been one of constant obstacles and struggles. In addition to everything the Covid-19 pandemic threw our
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A need to know basis, and the public really needs to know
February 3rd, 2016
It’s been a busy week for the issues of tax and transparency in the European Union. It started with a bombshell announcement that Google would pay about $185 million in back taxes to the UK government (and other reports that Italy is seeking unpaid taxes from Google, as well). However, there was much discussion about
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Why is Canada the only G7 country still without a commitment for a central beneficial ownership registry for shell… https://t.co/Wu8MKYI5Dk
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