Tax avoidance
Tax avoidance is the legal usage of the tax regime to one's own advantage to reduce the amount of tax that is payable by means that are within the law. Tax sheltering is very similar, although unlike ...
No They Can't: The Cayman Islands
Money flows to The Cayman Islands - NOT because they are a tax haven, but because they have simple rules. My investigation:
The Paradise Papers: Inside the Secret 9 Month Investigation (HBO Trailer)
VICE News Tonight on HBO presents an hour-long special offering the inside story behind one of the biggest global scoops of the year. With unique, year-long access to the investigative journalists and...
Did Wilbur Ross mislead Congress about Russia links?
Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst, on concerns over Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' stake in a Russian gas business.
New York's 'Billionaire's Row' Is Dead
The era of the super-tall, glassy skyscrapers selling condos for tens of millions of dollars seems to have come to an end.
Emma Watson In Panama Papers Database
Emma Watson has been named in a database containing details of the Panama Papers leak. The "Harry Potter" actress' name was found by The Spectator in a searchable database containing more details abou...
The Huge 'Panama Papers' Data Dump Is About To Drop
The ICIJ said it would "publish what will likely be the largest-ever release of information about secret offshore companies and the people behind them."
The Panama Papers: Victims of Offshore
The Panama Papers is a global investigation into the sprawling, secretive industry of offshore that the world's rich and powerful use to hide assets and skirt rules by setting up front companies in f...
Panama Papers' Reporters Explain How the Biggest Leak in Data Journalism's History Materialized
Hundreds of journalists around the world pored over the 11.5 million files leaked last year by an anonymous source that reveal how the rich and powerful in numerous countries use tax havens to hide t...
Iceland: thousands protest, call for PM to resign over 'Panama Papers' leaks
Thousands of Icelanders "took to the streets" calling on the Prime Minister to resign, following allegations he benefited from offshore holdings in tax havens.
The Panama Papers: How the rich and famous hide their money
The financial secrets of the rich and powerful have been exposed in one of the biggest data leaks in history.
Why The Panama Papers Could Catapult Bernie Sanders To The White House
The Panama Papers may be the defining story of the 2016 Democratic Primary. And Bernie Sanders is on the right side of history. The 11.5 million documents, which came from Panamanian law firm Mossack ...
8 jaw-dropping tax havens of the super rich
There are roughly 80 countries that are considered tax havens.
Parking the Big Money
A lot of wealthy people in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere have been hiding money in foreign countries—above all, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and the Virgin Islands. As a result, they have been ...
In defense of America's 'Benedict Arnold' CEOs
Yet another big American company is fleeing overseas to find a safe space from U.S. taxes. And once again, grandstanding politicians are stomping all over the businessmen behind the deal. Drug giant ...
U.S. Takes Steps to Make Corporate Inversions More Difficult
The U.S. strengthened efforts to discourage corporate inversions by making the deals more difficult and limiting the benefits of the transactions, just as an iconic American firm considers shifting it...
Transfer mispricing
Transfer mispricing, also known as transfer pricing manipulation or fraudulent transfer pricing, refers to trade between related parties at prices meant to manipulate markets or to deceive tax authori...
Offshore finance
An offshore financial centre (OFC), though not precisely defined, is usually a small, low-tax jurisdiction specializing in providing corporate and commercial services to non-resident offshore companie...
Perpetual traveler
The term perpetual traveller, or occasionally perpetual traveler in American English, (also PT, permanent tourist or prior taxpayer) refers to both a lifestyle and a philosophy.
In practical terms...
Estate planning
Estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging for the disposal of an estate during a person's life. Estate planning typically attempts to eliminate uncertainties over the administration...
New York's 'Billionaire's Row' Is Dead
The era of the super-tall, glassy skyscrapers selling condos for tens of millions of dollars seems to have come to an end.
Emma Watson In Panama Papers Database
Emma Watson has been named in a database containing details of the Panama Papers leak. The "Harry Potter" actress' name was found by The Spectator in a searchable database containing more details abou...
Son of Boss
Son of BOSS is a type of tax shelter used in the United States, one that was designed and promoted by tax advisors in the 1990s to reduce federal income tax obligations on capital gains from the sale ...
Digital gold currency
Digital gold currency (or DGC) is a form of electronic money based on ounces of gold. It is a kind of representative money, like a US paper gold certificate at the time (from 1873 to 1933) that these ...
U.S. Takes Steps to Make Corporate Inversions More Difficult
The U.S. strengthened efforts to discourage corporate inversions by making the deals more difficult and limiting the benefits of the transactions, just as an iconic American firm considers shifting it...
Payroll taxes in New South Wales
Employers, or a group of related businesses, whose total Australian wages exceed the current NSW monthly threshold, are required to pay NSW payroll tax. Broadly speaking, the tax amount is a percenta...