The European Union named three countries where you can hide from taxes

Source: Robert Schmiegelt/Global Look Press Brussels, 4 October. European Union finance ministers have added Anguilla, the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands to the EU’s list of tax havens, expanding the list to 12 countries. This is reported by the EU Observer agency. The Turks and Caicos Islands, near the Bahamas and Cuba, are … Read more

Public criticism prevented the UK Cabinet from cutting taxes for the rich

The UK government was considering a plan to support the economy, which provided for a reduction from 45% to 40% tax on income over 150 thousand pounds a year. However, this had to be abandoned due to the discontent of the citizens. .

Siluanov estimated at 1 trillion rubles the additional revenues of the Russian budget from the withdrawal of excess profits of companies

Moscow Agency | Andrey Nikerichev The Russian budget in 2023 will receive about 1 trillion rubles of additional income as part of the measures proposed by the Ministry of Finance to withdraw excess profits from companies, said the head of the department, Anton Siluanov. During the presentation of the bill on the budget for 2023-2025 … Read more

British authorities refused to cut taxes for the rich

Finance Minister Kvarteng: British government will not cut taxes for the rich CC BY-SA 2.0 / Hernán Pinera / WestminsterBritish Parliament building in London CC BY-SA 2.0 / Hernán Pinera / Westminster British Parliament building in London. Archive photo MOSCOW, October 3 – RIA Novosti. The British government refused to cut taxes for the rich … Read more

The Czech Cabinet is going to introduce a tax on excess profits for energy companies

Kupka specified that thanks to the innovation, the state could receive up to 100 billion kroons. The funds are planned to be used to help local households, as well as small and medium-sized businesses affected by the consequences of the energy crisis. .

Russian Ministry of Finance plans to increase income tax for LNG projects

The adjustment will affect projects implemented by Novatek and Gazprom – Yamal LNG and Sakhalin-2, respectively. A change in the rate may occur despite the fact that they have an obligation not to worsen tax regimes, which is agreed with foreign shareholders. .

Europe prepares to raise tax on energy companies The economic crisis in the eurozone prompted Brussels to think about the possibility of levying an increased tax on energy companies that show excess profits. This is mainly about the “green” sector of European energy. Those companies that are forced to work with increased gas prices will continue to operate in the same format. … Read more