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Australians rush to receive tax rebates central bank hopes will spur growth
Nearly a million Australians have lodged their tax statements in little more than a week as they rush to receive rebates that the country’s central bank hopes will kick-start an ailing economy.
Jeremy Hunt: a tale of failed businesses and tax dodging
Tory leadership hopeful, Jeremy Hunt, has promised wide-ranging tax cuts to appeal to the Conservative party’s base as part of his bid to become Britain’s next prime minister.
Who are the beneficiaries of the proposed tax and spending policies of Messers Johnson and hunt?
Who are the beneficiaries of the proposed tax and spending policies of Messers Johnson and hunt? While we have been consistently and persistently bombarded by stories of the notorious impropriety and moral turpitude of the various candidates for the Tory leadership, the next helmsman of Her Majesties Government, very little has been mentioned regarding the most important of issues, namely, what are the proposed tax and spending policies of these same said candidates?
Australian opposition wants more details before supporting tax reforms
Australia’s main opposition party said on Sunday it wanted more information on the government’s tax cuts before committing to supporting the full A$158 billion ($109 billion) package when Parliament resumes next month.
G-20 finance chiefs mull ‘fair tax’ reforms to boost growth
Finance chiefs of the Group of 20 major economies meeting in the Japanese city of Fukuoka debated Saturday over how to revise tax systems to ensure big companies pay their fair share and support economies as global growth slows.
Erdogan: Turkey may extend special consumption tax cuts on cars
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday his government may extend existing special consumption tax cuts on cars when they expire next month, in a move aimed at boosting declining car sales.
Japan to promote tax hike preparations by small businesses
The industry ministry will hold meetings in major cities in June to encourage small businesses to speed up their preparations for the October consumption tax hike, it has been learned.
Palestinians reject tax revenues amid Israeli deduction
The Palestinians have restated their refusal to accept tax revenues in the wake of the Israeli regime's controversial deduction of certain amounts from the tax it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA).
Czech PM: Government plans digital tax on multinationals
The Czech government is planning to prop up state budget revenues by introducing a special tax on multinationals, Prime Minister Andrej Babis was quoted by a daily newspaper as saying on Saturday.
Swiss set to approve tax overhaul in 'existential' vote
Nearly two-thirds of Swiss voters look set to approve a shake-up of the country’s corporate tax system, heading off what its finance minister called an existential threat to Switzerland’s role as a business hub.
EU court throws out tax ruling against Barcelona, Real
Barcelona, Real Madrid and two other Spanish football clubs will not have to pay back taxes after a court on Tuesday annulled an EU state aid ruling in a second setback for regulators seeking to tackle tax avoidance.
HSBC profits hit by China slowdown
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) reported a lower-than-expected 15.9% rise in pre-tax profits for 2018, partly because of an economic slowdown in China and Hong Kong.
‘Israel to deduct sums from tax revenue belonging to Palestinians’
The Israeli regime controversially plans to deduct certain amounts from the tax it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA) before handing it over to the PA.
Tech giants won’t like it, but digital tax must become reality
Tax authorities across Europe are increasingly asking themselves why, in the digital age, an ordinary citizen would pay tax if they could avoid doing so.
$1.5 trillion US tax cut failed to boost business investment, hiring plans: Survey
The $1.5 trillion tax cut package approved by the administration of US President Donald Trump appeared to have no major impact on capital investment or hiring plans by American companies, according to a survey.

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