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OECD proposals for changes to tax legislation are imminent warn BEPS

The OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development) started a huge globally wide investigation into tax avoidance by multinational companies. As it has been a few years since the initiative began, substantial changes have been made to the international tax system which doesn’t look to be stopping in the coming years. Certain amendments will affect all businesses everywhere, not only international conglomerates.


Cross-border E-shopping may be subject to a wider taxation

In an effort to collect more tax eluding from cross-border transactions carried out online, the OECD is calling on governments to try to collect more tax revenue.


OECD publishes final report aiming to tackle tax avoidance

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has released its final report on “Action 4”, which is a part of a number of measures aiming to curb tax avoidance.


Oil prices set to plummet to lowest level in decades

Over the past year, oil prices have been on a rollercoaster ride. At the beginning of this year, oil prices were around $100 a barrel and they have now dropped to $45 per barrel.


Sustainable global development goals for 2030

After three years of negotiations and debates, 193 countries have finally agreed to a set of development goals, which are more ambitious than anything that has come before them, the UN has stated.


Should we be investing in energy shares at the moment?

It seems the greatest debate regarding the stock market at the moment is whether oil and energy stocks should be avoided, or bought in bulk.