~ Mary McCarthy, “The Vita Activa”
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The Tax Justice Network has criticised a Senate report on corporate tax avoidance, saying it fails to recommend the most needed reforms, such as whistleblower protection for private-sector workers and disclosure of all subsidiaries in offshore tax havens.
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"In a stinging rebuke to Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan, the Federal Court has denied being in special talks about fast-tracking multinational tax avoidance cases.
A court spokesman said no private discussions about the timing of cases had occurred with the Australian Tax Office, contradicting comments made by Mr Jordan to a parliamentary inquiry.
"There is no 'deal' being struck between the Court and the ATO about listing of cases, or any other matter," the spokesman said.
"The Court is not, and has not been, in any private discussions with any party, including the ATO, about their cases." Fast tracking Justice Federal Court chides Tax Commissioner
Josh Meyer, Panama Papers: Federal Prosecutor Looking for Crimes By U.S. Citizens (NBCNews 4/10/16), here.
The Justice Department has opened a formal criminal investigation into potentially widespread illegalities exposed by the Panama Papers, the massive leak of financial details about secret offshore accounts, federal law enforcement officials told NBC News Wednesday -- and its first priority will be finding wrongdoing by U.S. firms and individuals.
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The media group that coordinated the Panama Papers investigation into offshore companies said on Thursday it would not participate in a criminal probe by the U.S. Department of Justice.
The group on Thursday told prosecutors in Bharara's office that it would not release unpublished data to them."ICIJ, and its parent organization the Center for Public Integrity, are media organizations shielded by the First Amendment and other legal protections from becoming an arm of law enforcement," said Gerard Ryle, director of the consortium, in a press release on the group's website.
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Please do not try this at home: The Washington Post. Why an Alaska plastic surgeon took a sudden road trip to Panama with millions of dollars.
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Zicklin School of Business, September 16, 2015. These findings suggest that financial transparency is an important tool which regulators can use in battling tax avoidance.
Last week Mr Schembri said a report in the Financial Review that Mr Cini began the process of setting up Tillgate Inc and Hearnville Inc days after the Labour Government won power in March 2013 was "absolutely baseless" and showed "a false state of affairs through a collage of unrelated facts". The Panama Papers: New twist to Malta's Mossack Fonseca bank saga
Rupert Neate, Panama Papers: US launches criminal inquiry into tax avoidance claims (Guardian 4/19/16), here. This article has a copy of the USAO SDNY letter to ICIJ.
Bharara, who as US attorney general for the southern district of New York has led several crusades against criminal wrongdoing in the financial sector, is already investigating several of the more than 200 US citizens named in the paper
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