The world’s richest nations (G7) reached a landmark accord setting a global minimum corporate tax rate for multinationals. Would it be effective in tackling tax evasion and avoid
A group of the world’s richest nations reached a landmark deal to close cross-border tax loopholes that multinational companies abuse to shift profits to low tax offshore havens.
The U.S. has proposed that corporate around the world pay at least 15% tax on their earnings. The proposal comes as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
In May, the labor market continued its resurgence, as reported by the U.S government on Friday, with the U.S economy adding up to 280,000 new job positions, which is more than the