Tuesday, September 16, 2014


Wall Street Journal | G-20 Plans to Overhaul International Corporate Tax System Still on Track
Plans to overhaul the international tax system to make it more difficult for companies to shift profits to low-tax countries remain on track, with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development meeting an ambitious deadline on Tuesday for presenting a first set of new guidelines to finance ministers of the Group of 20 largest economies.

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The Washington Times | EDITORIAL: Dealing with a disgraceful tax code
Millions of Americans Entrust their financial information to private accountants, lest they fill out the dreaded 1040 tax form on their own.
The Washington Times | Spelling out the high cost of tax inversions
Company after company are fleeing tax oppression in the United States by seeking mergers and acquisitions in lower corporate-tax rate nations.