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Alex Cobham Nov 16
A healthy society might concentrate on making it harder for some on the highest incomes to dodge billions in tax, and easier instead for some on lower incomes to feed a baby. (Not a party political tweet: *all* should be able to support this kind of basic principle.)
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Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) 8h
Global day of action in the extractives now! "The billion $ extractive industry is notorious for its abuses. Tax dodging is one of them alongside human rights & environmental violations."
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tweetabit 7h
Warren doesn't just frighten billionaires – she scares the whole establishment
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James S. Henry, Esq. 5h
. I pay more fed income tax than , which used Trump’s 12/17 to cut its tax bill to $0.0.
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ShakeDown Nov 14
Berkshire Hathaway Income Taxes 2018 -$ 321,000 <=== NEGATIVE 2017 -$ 21,515,000 <=== NEGATIVE 2016 $ 9,240,000 2015 $ 10,532,000 Total <=== NEGATIVE
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Trade Union and Worker News in Africa Nov 15
in the Extractive Industry now!
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TJNA Nov 15
Read TJNA's submissions to Comments on the Secretariat Proposal for a "Unified Approach" under Pillar One @
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Zed Lipid Nov 13
Excellent, and distutbing article.
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Robert Palmer Nov 14
Wealth has ballooned in the UK, whiles taxes on wealth have stayed flat. Time for . Graph from
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John Locke 4h
from the National Bank and Trust (). Very relevant for exposing and furthering cc:
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Douglas Bamford 21h
Replying to @dougbamford
…just wanted to flag up that sounds like my egalitarian approach to taxation!
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Robert Palmer 10h
Replying to @TaxJusticeUK
Almost 70% of people want to see income from wealth taxed at least as much as income from work. Very similar to ’s previous polling. Time for
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Oxfam EU Nov 14
These are the 5 steps governments must take to put an end to and ensure : 1️⃣ Global minimum tax rate 2️⃣ Protection of tax bases in developing countries 3️⃣ Public country-by-country reporting 4️⃣ Global tax haven blacklist 5️⃣ Global tax body
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ShakeDown Nov 14
Warren Buffett is the Greatest Tax Dodger of All Time via
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Financial Justice Ireland Nov 13
Irish delegation getting ready to meet to discuss our spotlight report, the dangers of and the need for reform
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Eamonn Casey Nov 11
Public debt in low-income countries is rising & getting more expensive, with an increasing number of countries in, or at high risk of a debt crisis. International financial regulation, and OECD countries reaching ODA commitments among the actions needed.
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Felogene Anumo Nov 11
. speaks to the importance of linking to financing and social protection systems
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Candace Plouffe Nov 14
No, it's abhorrent and indefensible. needs to pay its fair share
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Alex Jacobs Nov 11
Jaw dropping. "From 1930 to 1980, the top marginal income tax rate in the US averaged 78%." Not such a socialist idea after all! From & Saez's brilliant The Triumph of Injustice.
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Johan Langerock Nov 13
Replying to @JohanLangerock
Now we start to have a clear picture on how much revenue is lost due to large corporate tax incentives. Revenue that could be invested in essential public services. All of this would not be possible without these two great Oxfam colleagues in Vietnam.
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