Senate inquiry backs tax avoidance bill

A Senate committee has recommended the government review proposed multinational tax avoidance measures within three years to ensure they stop companies siphoning profits offshore.


ALP backs govt tax crackdown

It also introduces country-by-country reporting to give tax authorities greater visibility of multinationals' tax structures.


Teys family fights for exemption

The ease with which such information about the family's wealth and address details can be obtained...makes it obvious there will be no threat to the personal safety of people like the Teys family


Family office investors will go offshore

Nomura still believes the world’s second largest economy will be able scrape through 6.8% growth this year based on data for the first nine months of year.


Black money law comes into force from Thursday

The law provides for a compliance window for declaring and paying penalty and a failure to meet the timeline will attract an additional penalty of 90 percent for a total tax liability of 120 percent on the quantum of black money stashed abroad.


U.S. Tax Laws Could Snag “Accidental Americans”

Accidental Americans can include individuals like this future daughter-in-law who never thought of herself as American, as well as Green Card holders who let this authorization to live and work in the U.S. lapse.