Monthly Archives: February 2016

Playing Devil’s Advocate: Country by Country Reporting.

When I moved to the UK in 2012, it was just after Jimmy Carr had been engaged in that notorious tax scheme scandal. Since then the public’s interest in tax has been characterised by a series of ebbs and flows, … Continue reading

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Seeing the wood for the trees in the case of Uber and the implications for Country-by-Country reporting

In the Guardian this weekend, there was a curious column which (h/t Jolyon Maugham QC) simultaneously accused Uber of both making huge losses and as having been the beneficiary of governmental tax avoidance facilitation. What the article failed to notice … Continue reading

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