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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has declined to confirm that her Government would maintain tax rates should it win the upcoming election. Read Full Story
HM Revenue and Customs has launched a new phone-in service for the public to report tax fraud and evasion. Read Full Story
The tax measures contained in Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau's second Budget are focused on closing loopholes, cracking down on tax evasion and improving tax reliefs for the "middle class." Read Full Story
A significant cut to the dividend tax allowance announced in the UK Budget will not deter people from incorporating their own business to take advantage of lower corporation tax rates, the Chartered Institute of Taxation has said. Read Full Story
For the third consecutive year, the US Internal Revenue Service has placed abusive micro-captive insurance tax shelters on its list of top tax scams to watch out for in the 2017 filing season. Read Full Story
With talk beginning in the new Congress of a repeal of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, the US Chamber of Commerce has urged the immediate elimination of the health insurance tax as an immediate necessity. Read Full Story
According to statistics from the UK's Office for National Statistics, an expected slowdown in economic growth could lead to fiscal challenges for the UK. Read Full Story
The UK Government should raise the exempt threshold for Class 1 National Insurance contributions (social security) into line with the personal income tax exempt threshold to simplify the regime, a taxpayer charity has said. Read Full Story
The UK Government's increase to Insurance Premium Tax from 10 percent to 12 percent in the Autumn Statement has been described as a "stealth tax on business." Read Full Story
In Notice 2016-66, the US Internal Revenue Service has warned that the use of so-called "micro-captive transactions" have "a potential for tax avoidance or evasion," as it believes they may be established more to avoid federal income tax rather than for their stated aim of providing additional insurance for clients. Read Full Story
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