Category Archives: Tax Havens

Updates on activity in some of the 80 tax havens.

The shennigans of Yahoo !

Yahoo was taken over in June 2017 by another huge USA corp. Verizon for $4.5 Billion. Thats a whole other story. Now I just want to tell you a little of Yahoo’s structure. Yahoo Inc. has 58 registered subsidiaries, they … Continue reading

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Brexit and Gibraltar !

As we all know well over 90% of Gibraltarians voted to Remain within the EU. Having your cake and eating it comes to mind since well over 90% voted in a referendum to Remain in UK ! Lets be clear … Continue reading

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Harvard in the news again !

Harvard is reckoned to have the largest bursary/endowment of any university. 2015 valuation was $35.7 Billion, yes Billion and itsĀ in the news because over the last 5 years its 11 “money managers” collected $242 Million, mostly bonuses related to performance. … Continue reading

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Apple’s unpaid Irish taxes are chicken feed.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2014-03-12/cash-abroad-rises-206-billion-as-apple-to-ibm-avoid-tax

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This is the type of results which Tax Havens make possible. These are some of the largest corporations in the world. Figures are 2009/2010 & are from Forbes/ New York Times. Exxon Mobile: profit $37 Billion. USA tax paid Zero. … Continue reading

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Luxembourg,The Grand Duchy of.

This tiny country of just under 600,00 souls is bordered on North & West by Belgium, Germany on the East and France to the South. It was a founding member of the now EU and among OECD countries it has … Continue reading

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Press Comments on LuxLeaks

While PwC and prosecutors argue that the so-called LuxLeaks documents were private property and revealing them was a criminal offense, the trial is seen by critics as an attack on press freedom and efforts by whistle-blowers to shine a light … Continue reading

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