Links Mar 5

U.S. Companies Are Stashing $2.1 Trillion Overseas to Avoid Taxes Bloomberg
See also: Despite FATCA, U.S. Companies Stash $2.1 Trillion Abroad—Untaxed Forbes

Foreign Tax Surprises Like Disney’s Have SEC Seeking Sunlight Bloomberg

Imagination at Work? GE Once Again Pays Less Than 1% in Federal Taxes Citizens for Tax Justice

Swiss party criticises prosecutor, regulator over handling of HSBC Reuters

UBS Whistle-Blower Says Bank Has ‘Global’ Issue With Tax Evaders Bloomberg

Another Whistleblower Offers to Help India With Black Money Probe Bloomberg

Modi Gives Last Chance for India Tax Evaders in $2 Trillion Hunt Bloomberg

Cayman Islands sets up Automatic Exchange of Information Portal for FATCA submissions E&Y

Nepal Central Bank writes to Department of Revenue to probe deposits by Nepalis in Swiss banks my Republica

UK chancellor George Osborne dodges questions over HSBC’s Stephen Green The Guardian

‘Britain awash with dirty money,’ says anti-corruption think tank RT
See also: How to end the secrecy around offshore companies owning property in the UK Tax Research UK

BRICS Countries and Their Challenges Telesur

 


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