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The EU Will Look Into Citizenship Abuses From Investment Schemes
The EU recently announced plans to probe potential citizenship abuses from investment schemes. The Commission released a comprehensive report regarding residence and citizenship schemes operated by multiple EU member states.

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What You Need to Know About the Dutch Tax Haven Blacklist
Late last year, the Netherlands showed that it would be tough on tax havens and those who…
PwC is Being Sued £14m for Negligent Audits. Will Investors See Any of It?
Providence Investment Fund administrators are suing PwC for £14 million,…
Nike May Have Gotten Illegal Tax Breaks from the Netherlands
In early January, authorities in Europe announced an investigation into whether Nike…
Offshore Firms That Are Tax Havens Received £18M from the Scottish Government
It is no secret that high-net-worth individuals, as well as…
High-Net-Worth Individuals Can No Longer Rely on Old Golden Visa Rules to Enter the UK
Previously, high-net-worth individuals were able to streamline…
An Isle of Man Firm Faces Tax Controversy Along with Arron Banks
The Isle of Man is known as one of the locations that offshore companies flock to in…
Contractors at the Australian Tax Office Face Accusations of Connections with Tax Havens
The controversy regarding tax havens and offshore bank…
France Will Be Collecting Taxes from Digital Giants in 2019
Corporate tax is a highly debated issue, particularly when it comes to large multi-national…
The UK’s Recently Announced Income Tax Cuts Will Have the Largest Benefits for the Rich
The recent budget from Philip Hammond has made headlines for…
France Is Considering Tax Breaks for Bitcoin Investments
Bitcoin is one of the few things that can make tax regulations even more complicated than they…

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