~ Dr. Wayne Dyer
Jack Townsend, Is Stupid a Defense to a Tax Crime? That would certainly be a boon to our elected officials
Experts dismiss HMRC’s shrinking tax gap estimate ExecReview
UK Companies that use large numbers of agency or self-employed staff to be investigated It is understood that the new HMRC unit – called the employment status and intermediaries team – will proactively investigate companies that declare they use significant numbers of self-employed workers and will also act on intelligence and complaints about alleged abuses of the rules around self-employment.
Ministers order HMRC crackdown on ‘gig economy’ firms
Political recklessness has resulted in $28 billion in transport infrastructure cost overruns since 2001 ...
The huge $28 billion cost of transport infrastructure cost blowouts
The cashless world is arriving in Sweden
A graphic from the Tax Foundation illustrates how bad it’s gotten:
Calling it the “length of the tax code” is wrong. That is “only” a few hundred pages. But it this is still a reasonable rough summary of the complexity taxpayers have to deal with.
We need another round of simplification. The cost of individual compliance for individuals continues to go up. Our corporation tax system is arguably the worst in the developed world. The tax law is sowed with land mines ready to explode the finances of taxpayers for innocent paperwork missteps. But given how awful our politics are, another round of tax reform seems far away.
It's time to reduce the amount of physical cash floating around the globe to help combat tax evasion and other illicit activities, Harvard professor and renowned economist Ken Rogoff told Mr Mitchell this week ...
Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff believes that the solution is to get rid of cash. In a new book, he argues that abolishing $100, $50, and perhaps even $20 bills will seriously inhibit crime and tax evasion while doing little to hamper legitimate commerce. Ken Rogoff
Former IRS Special Agent Indicted on 9 Tax Fraud Charges, Faces up to 41 Years in Prison
Orwell should be read in conjunction with Dostoyevsky, as the NSW government's promotion of this project as "A western city bypass of the CBD" and as an improvement in "travel time and reliability for bus services" on this strategic road corridor is an exercise in doublespeak.
Letters: WestConnex, tax cuts and political farce