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What Does the Average Brit Pay into and Take Out of the Welfare State?
The average British family paid about £25,000 in taxes in 2016 – up from £15,000 in 2015. Over a lifetime, that works out to be roughly £823,439 per household.

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Netflix Avoids Tax in the UK
According to Netflix’s latest UK filings, the video-streaming service saw close to a 40 percent decrease in its UK tax…
The UK Fizzy Drink Tax
In an effort to reduce rates of childhood obesity and raise additional revenue, the UK government passed draft legislation this…
How Did One of Britain's Richest Men Inherit Billions and Avoid Tax?
Why didn’t the new Duke of Westminster have to pay any inheritance tax? It turns…
IMF Warns Against U.S. Tax Cuts for the Wealthy
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) offered a blunt message to international policymakers in advance…
BNP Paribas Loses Tax Avoidance Case
The French banking company BNP Paribas lost a £35 million tax avoidance case with Her Majesty's Revenue and…
Amsterdam to Increase Tourist Tax
The city of Amsterdam is reportedly planning to institute a tourist tax to curb the influx of visitors into the city.…
Could Trump Be Forced to Disclose His Tax Returns in 2020?
Trump famously resisted all calls to release his tax returns in the 2016 presidential…
British MPs Say Amazon Turning a Blind Eye to VAT Evasion
British MPs have accused major online retailer Amazon of evading VAT at the expense of…
4 Consequences of US Tax Reform
Over the course of the past several weeks, President Trump has consistently called for tax reform, and the Senate…
Ex-Credit Suisse Banker Sentenced in U.S. Offshore Tax Case
A former banker working at Credit Suisse in Switzerland was sentenced after pleading guilty…

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