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We believe that businesses that pay their taxes willingly, fairly and transparently should be celebrated and rewarded.

The focus of the Fair Tax Foundation’s consideration is corporate income tax. Businesses are subjected to many different types of tax, but corporation tax has an importance way beyond the revenues it raises. As argued by the Tax Justice Network: “It holds the whole tax system together. It curbs political and economic inequalities and helps rebalance distorted economies.”

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Why Public Country-by-Country Reporting is ‘the’ key element of multinational tax transparency

Jaime Boswell Head of Accrediation Email Jaime The next few weeks will see technology giants Alphabet, Amazon, Meta and Netflix release their annual financial results. And, as happens every year, investment analysts and journalists will pore over them to separate hard facts from hyperbole. But, as also happens every year, there will likely be an enormous gaping omission: namely, the …

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Fair Tax Foundation launch partnership with CSR Europe to develop ground-breaking responsible tax benchmarking index

The Fair Tax Foundation will co-partner CSR Europe, the leading European business network for Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility, in the development of a new collaborative platform on tax responsibility and transparency. Five multinational business pioneers have committed to support the project, with more hopefully to follow. These include Fair Tax Mark accredited Ørsted and Vattenfall. Together with Enel, Fortum and …

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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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