Latest News for: Offshore tax club


Pandora Papers: Five ways celebrities use the offshore system

The Irish Times 04 Oct 2021
By routing income and other assets, at least on paper, to offshore jurisdictions with low tax ... In a 2018 report on offshore ownership in the sport, Tax Justice Network found that about one in four clubs in England and Scotland had significant ownership stakes held outside the UK.

Voices From The Readers – May 14, 2021

The Ocean City Dispatch 13 May 2021
Sierra Club Misses Mark On Wind Farm ... Environmental regulations encourage the planting of trees, and the Maryland General Assembly recently passed legislation mandating the planting of five million trees by 2031, which is certainly a more efficient use of our tax dollars than subsidizing offshore wind farms.

What Happens If You Win Too Much In An Online Casino?

Cascade Business News 16 Mar 2021
Remember how the land-based casinos used to make you fill out a tax form as soon as you start winning big, and you all were like, “Let me take my money to my home peacefully.”. The very same way you have to file tax forms if you win big on the internet ... They have designed a tax form specially to take a cut from your winnings.

British expatriates caught out by unnecessary pension transfers

The National 03 Jun 2019
Your pension fund has been placed inside an offshore insurance wrapper with a hefty upfront commission ... “He drew us in by making it sound as if being expat was like joining an exclusive club, with the ability to invest offshore and pay zero tax on the gains,” says David, 51 ... • UK-UAE tax treaty lets UK pension holders cash out tax-free.

Why the Champions League clubs’ brazen attempt to set up their own closed shop is ...

The Independent 10 May 2019
What links the biggest clubs in football to the Silicon Valley seasteaders to the cologned clowns of Davos to the sequestered offshore tax havens of corporate finance? It’s a growing sense that the fates and privations of others are of no interest to them, other than in the context of their own personal gain.
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