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  1. US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden

    Biden to raise US$2.4 trillion from taxes over a decade: Analysis

    Democratic US presidential nominee Joe Biden would raise US$2.4 trillion in new federal government revenue over the next decade, largely from tax ...
  2. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) building is seen in Washington

    US charges Houston technology mogul Robert Brockman with tax, securities fraud

    Federal prosecutors said on Thursday (Oct 15) they had charged Houston-based technology executive Robert Brockman with hiding US$2 billion in ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Different types of 4G, 5G and data radio relay antennas for mobile phone networks are p

    India examining international arbitration award in Vodafone tax dispute, says govt official

    India is examining the international arbitration decision on tax dispute with Vodafone Group Plc, involving a US$2 billion tax claim, but has not ...
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    Collapse of global tax talks could cost US$100 billion, OECD says

    The global economy could shed more than 1per cent of output if international talks to rewrite cross-border tax rules break down and trigger a ...
  5. FLE PHOTO: U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden campaigns in Phoenix, Arizona

    Biden's first step on taxes may be cracking down on cheats, Democrats say

    Joe Biden will reverse Republican tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations on "day one" if he wins November's election, his Democratic running ...
  6. Small toy figures are seen in front of diplayed Airbnb logo

    Exclusive: Britain hits Airbnb UK with extra US$2.3 million tax bill after probe

    British authorities hit Airbnb UK with an extra tax bill of 1.8 million pounds (US$2.3 million) last year, the home rental startup's accounts ...
  7. A sign for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) building is seen in Washington

    Trump's reported tax methods would be par for the course for the rich, experts say

    President Donald Trump has denied an expose by The New York Times saying he effectively paid no income tax for most of the past two decades, but ...