Fair Tax Mark – the gold standard of responsible tax conduct

Tax contributions are a key part of the positive social and economic impact made by your business. They help the communities in which you operate to deliver valuable public services like education, healthcare, roads, policing and more.

The growth of tax havens and unethical corporate tax conduct have become prominent concerns across the world. Across the globe, close to 40% of multinational profits (US$950bn) are artificially shifted to tax havens each year, leading to a US$240bn reduction in corporate income tax revenue.

You believe your business is doing the right thing when it comes to tax. Fair Tax Mark accreditation can help you demonstrate this and stand out from the crowd.

A robust, independent accreditation, the Fair Tax Mark is available to businesses of all sizes and multinationals based anywhere in the world.

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The benefits of securing the Fair Tax Mark

Businesses seek accreditation for many reasons, from enhanced CSR and ESG credentials to boosting customer confidence.

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Accredited organisations include listed PLCs, global multinationals, co-operatives, social enterprises and large private businesses.

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Latest News

Fair Tax Week 2023 dates announced

Fair Tax Week 2023 will run from 8th – 18th June, incorporating Tax Justice Sunday on 11th June. Fair Tax Week is a UK-wide recognition of the companies and organisations that are proud to promote responsible tax conduct and financial transparency.    Through webinars, events and social media activity, Fair Tax Week will celebrate the positive contribution corporation tax makes to society. A …

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Ørsted first Danish multinational to gain Fair Tax Mark

Ørsted has been awarded the Fair Tax Mark, becoming the first Danish multinational company to secure accreditation to the global gold standard of responsible tax conduct. Ørsted develops, constructs, and operates offshore and onshore wind farms, solar farms, energy storage facilities, renewable hydrogen and green fuels facilities, and bioenergy plants. Listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen, Ørsted is a market leader in …

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Fair Tax Councils double since start of the year

Right across the UK, local support for fair tax has surged this year. More than 18,000 emails have been sent by residents to local councillors in every UK local authority, asking them to back fair tax practices. The campaign called on councils to pass a motion in support of our Councils for Fair Tax Declaration. Since the start of the year, …

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There was a time when allegations of tax avoidance hardly scratched market valuations, but not anymore. This Indian conglomerate has lost £40bn in market capitalisation in a matter of days, after concerns raised on debt levels and the use of tax havens.
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/adani-enterprises-loses-40bn-after-hindenburg-research-report-raises-tax-concerns-5p8rjfqbl

Nice piece from our friends at @TaxJusticeUK https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2023/jan/26/lower-tax-bill-british-tax-system-wealthy-nadhim-zahawi?CMP=share_btn_tw

Brilliant study from @IPPRNorth. Finds north of England to be investment dead zone, cf rest of Europe. Lots of interesting solutions, none of which is to lazily suggest that across the board tax cuts for business will deliver growth (as per CBI this week) https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2023/jan/25/north-england-would-rank-second-worst-investment-oecd-country

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