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The self-employed have been warned not to be drawn in by companies offering to boost their take-home pay to as much as 90pc of their income.

A panel of Polish MPs on Tuesday began questioning their first witness as part of a probe into suspected cases of VAT and excise tax fraud under the country’s previous government.

The world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies who are behind some of New Zealand’s most trusted brands – including Neutrogena, BAND-AID, Johnson’s Baby and ChapStick – appear to be unfairly avoiding an estimated NZ$21million in tax per year in New Zealand, reveals new research from Oxfam today.

The Internal Revenue Service proposed regulations Thursday that would soften the blow of a new levy targeting companies that book income in low-tax countries.

A series of interviews intended to clear the name of embattled Cambodian tax chief Kong Vibol has raised further questions about his business dealings at home and abroad.

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