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💧Corporate Governance 7h
If there isn't, there should be one now. could be the catalyst as this will impact other sectors. Plenty of companies in . Taxpayer funds being shifted to tax havens is unpatriotic. Committed by Ministers? Almost treasonable.
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MartinDrake Apr 19
Replying to @amaginnit @thepileus
...and for convenience, Group Holdings Ltd is based in British Virgin Isles, which by chance happens to be a . The UK Government knowingly give out £billions in contracts to companies that avoid tax.
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Michael Hennigan 7h
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CrossBrit 5h
Replying to @_ETax @P4LOIndia and 3 others
You silly billy. Adopting would be contrary to the two goals of : corner the market and soak the tax residents of other countries.
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Trevor Price 16h
husband has 'serious questions to answer' on Tax Avoidance
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Nagger 24h
Replying to @IrishRail
they also do the shite excuse for wifi... same crap on train. the sorry ...
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Clyde Apr 20
., nothing explains , , rise of global better than where commentators talk of "countrymen" & players playing for X country while noting they live in Monte to avoid paying back into their community.
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PhoTangoIrl Apr 17
Well done Paddy, keep exposing these tax loopholes. Every FF/FG politician who says we can't afford to pay nurses, support teachers, get patients off trolleys. More gardai. Mental health care. Arts and sports sponsorship. Should be asked about this Noonan created .
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OtherLone⭐️StatePR51 Apr 18
Wrong. Puerto Rico has always been a for CFCs, individuals & companies from the States at the expense of its disenfranchised fellow Americans unequal civil & political rights, security and opportunities. 🌴🇺🇸🌴🇵🇷
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OtherLone⭐️StatePR51 Apr 14
“In 2018, the corporate tax rate in Ireland was 12.5%, compared with an EU average of about 21.9%, European Commission figures show...” US Corp Tax rate is 21% under . Puerto Rico’s CFC Tax rate is 4%... 🌴🇺🇸🌴🇵🇷
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feck'n voters Apr 18
Replying to @Paschald @BreakfastNT
Will you be ending Ireland's toolkits for legalised corruption likr s110, knowledge box, SARPs and QVIFs so Ireland can pay for its own homes and prevent the this bubble popping
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TheJeff Apr 15
Replying to @IrexitFreedom
How many Iphones are made in Ireland ?.. Ireland's GDP number is hugely inflated by MNC mostly hiding IP behind Ireland's dense hedge of tax rules..
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Emmanuel K. Dogbevi 8h
Did you know Ghana was once a tax haven? Read this.
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feck'n voters Apr 18
Irish regulated L-QIAIFs & S110 SPVs & knowledge boxes are destroying services across the EU by allowing tax avoidance. These FG gifts to inhuman corporations will be your running mates for . the that is killing the EU's values and value.
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Maître Ashvin Krishna Dwarka - Notaire Apr 12
France as a , who'd a thunk, eh? 🤨
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OtherLone⭐️StatePR51 Apr 18
“In the States and DC, the individuals face a 23.8% of income Federal tax and State taxes on the income and on ‘capital gains’ from sales of the securities. The other law lowers to 4% tax rate on income from services provided in the States from the territory.” 🌴🇺🇸🌴🇵🇷
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ISBA - Seamus Maye Apr 17
Answer is most certainly yes. Apple Tax decision was also the correct one. Ireland facilitates tax haven status for global corporations which makes Ireland a
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Trevor Price Apr 16
Replying to @HMRCgovuk
Are going to investigate the PM and her husband involvement. To make sure he "pays his fare share". If not you are most definitely 'defective'
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TWITBOOKIT Apr 12
to your in the sun next to and create your axis of evil together.
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Mahir Humbatov Apr 20
What is a ? We asked the experts
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