Credit Suisse was ordered today to pay up for its role in helping U.S. taxpayers evade taxes. The banking giant must pay $1.8 billion to the U.S. by next week. What else does the sentencing mean?
Tonight, President Obama laid out his plan for immigration reform. It includes the requirement to “pay your fair share of taxes” – but what does that mean?
Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan has all but labeled the “Double Irish” deal dead during the presentation of his 2015 budget even as companies like Google claim that it won’t make a difference.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, Tisha talks about the hard choices when it comes to citizenship and taxes.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, Matthew Litz of BerryDunn, talks about corporate tax reform and inversions.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, John Richardson, a lawyer based in Toronto, Canada, writes about corporate tax rates.
It’s time for guest posts! Today, Dominic Ferzst, tackles tax, FATCA and the “accidental invasion.”
It’s time for guest posts! Today, Dr. Elaine C. Kamarck of the RATE Coalition tackles corporate inversions.
We are in full World Cup mode at my house. My kids are huge soccer fans (you may know this if you’re a regular reader) and they’ve been counting down to the first game (Brazil beat Croatia) for months. They’ve made posters and charts and insisted on buying souvenirs, including a stuffed version of the Fuleco, the armadillo who serves as the current World Cup mascot. And predictably, they have peppered me with questions, mostly about FIFA since the initials appear on everything from Fuleco to the game balls. What is it? Who runs it? And their favorite question: who …
Attorney General Eric Holder has announced that no bank is “too big to jail” after Credit Suisse reached a plea deal on conspiracy charges. How will this latest move affect taxpayers?