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Monday, 4 February 2013

International Tax Avoidance

The House of Lords Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee will be hearing from Judith Knott, HMRC Director, Corporation Tax International Anti-Avoidance (CTIAA); and Mike Williams, HMT Director, Business International Tax (BIT) this afternoon.

They will be discussing the politicians' topic of the moment, international tax avoidance.

The meeting starts at 14:35.

Tax does have to be taxing.

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1 comment:

  1. Had a look on the web recently and when seeing some of the cases against banks operating in the US who had been caught out money laundering there was an obvious blurring of the lines where international avoidance/evasion & money laundering get close or cross. 1 UK bank in particular that has been bailed out with oodles of taxpayers funds stood out from the crowd. Blimey, I would not envy any ex. public sector managers falling out from the revolving doors, they won't half have a busy time...
    Ethics my arse!

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