Taxation in Luxembourg

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Luxembourg recorded a 2.2% rise in its debt to GDP ratio in 2017, but it still has among the lowest ratio in the EU.

Luxembourg published tightened tax rules on Tuesday, bending to pressure from the European Union to crack down on corporate tax avoidance.

Luxembourg’s finance minister told CNBC Monday that a system which allows banks to evade tax was unacceptable, particularly given that some were bailed out by taxpayers following the financial crisis.

On the first floor of a rust-colored building near the main railway station, Marius Kohl spent years engineering this country’s most valuable export: tax relief.

Luxembourg and Austria lifted their longstanding veto on a key EU law that will extensively bolster national governments’ ability to crackdown on tax cheats.

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