Category: Tax evasion investigations

What is the global minimum corporate tax?

The global minimum corporate tax on MNCs was aimed at discouraging them from shifting profits to low-tax countries. But it will reduce the incentives to attract investment in developing countries ... - Continue reading

Analysis: Budget plugs a tax evasion loophole

With a stroke of pen, the federal budget for the 2022-23 fiscal also closed a much-exploited loophole through which many individuals simply avoided paying taxes in any jurisdiction, and hence lived a tax-free existence. To be considered liable to pay tax in Pakistan, one has to spend at least 120… – Continue reading

 The Pillar Two model rules: a train wreck in the making

On December 20, 2021, the OECD issued model rules for Pillar Two—the 15% global minimum tax. It is a brutally complex 70-page package and introduces two fundamental changes to the October 2021 OECD framework: a new Qualified Domestic Minimum Top-Up tax (QDMTT) and a significant rewrite of the Undertaxed Payment Rule (UTPR). ... - Continue reading

Q&A: tax issues for private equity funds in Cayman Islands

Under current Cayman Islands law, there are no Cayman Islands taxes on income or gains of the private equity fund (PE fund) or on gains on dispositions of shares or partnership interests, and distributions made by a PE fund will not be subject to withholding tax in the Cayman Islands. ... - Continue reading

Is Tax Avoidance A Crime In The Uk?

There are financial and criminal penalties involved in tax evasion. Other instances can be civil or criminal. Generally speaking, HMRC deals with all types of fraud and evasion through civil processes. The severity of your tax evasion depends on how large a jail sentence you can expect, assuming you are charged with tax evasion. ... - Continue reading

How To Evade Taxes Canada?

In order to hide income or inflate expenses, intentionally overstating receipts or claiming in the wrong ways, hiding income, or lying to the Canadians, tax evasion can be considered in this regard. The goal is to gain as many benefits from compliance as possible in violation of the law, whereas aggressive tax avoidance is to evade compliance. ... - Continue reading

European Union: EUTA Special Edition: EU Responses To COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Crisis

The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic is affecting hundreds of thousands of people and is leading, all over the world, to far-reaching health and safety measures. As a result, the COVID-19 crisis has major social and economic consequences. Measures are being adopted to limit the impact on taxpayers as much as possible. ... - Continue reading