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House Guts Safeguard, Increases Offshoring Incentives in Tax Bill

FACT Coalition Spokespeople Available to Comment on Tax Bills and Paradise Papers

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee’s amendments to the proposed tax legislation Monday evening nearly eliminated a safeguard in the tax bill meant to discourage some shifting of profits offshore by multinational corporations according to a score by Congress’s Joint Committee on Taxation.

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New Offshore Leak Raises Concerns about House Tax Bill

Lawmakers Must Investigate How Proposed Legislation Will Address Offshore Loopholes Highlighted in New ‘Paradise Papers’ Leak

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new leak of documents from an offshore law firm, published by an international network of news outlets Sunday, expose a number of tax avoidance techniques used by the wealthy and multinational corporations to avoid taxes.

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President’s Expected Statement on Tax Giveaway to Multinationals Is Inaccurate

History Shows Tax Giveaways on Offshore Profits Neither Create Jobs nor Spur Investment

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The president is expected to claim in a speech Wednesday afternoon that a zero percent tax rate for multinational corporations that book profits offshore and a tax holiday for those multinationals that have already booked stockpiles of money offshore will increase the pay of the average American household by $4,000 — an erroneous notion according to the FACT Coalition.

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Welcome Earnings-Stripping Decision in Stark Contrast to Administration’s Tax Overhaul Proposals

Alternative Group of Lawmakers Unveils Proposals that Would End the Offshore Gaming

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Treasury Department announced that it would maintain an important rule to curb offshore tax avoidance Wednesday, a move that stands in contrast to the administration’s proposals to make it easier to avoid taxes by booking profits offshore, according to the FACT Coalition.

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A Tax Plan for the Cayman Islands and Switzerland

Administration and Congressional Leaders Unveil Plan to Allow Multinationals to Pay Little-to-No Taxes on Profits Booked Offshore at Expense of U.S. Businesses and U.S. Taxpayers

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The White House and congressional leaders unveiled a joint tax plan today that would allow multinational corporations to pay little-to-no taxes on the profits they book offshore.

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New Report: Anti-Money Laundering Efforts Near Failure

Former Treasury Agent Urges Authorities to Target the Drivers of Human Trafficking, Drug Smuggling, and Corruption

Ending Anonymous Companies; Trade Transparency Units; Holding Gatekeepers Accountable Among Policy Recommendations

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Worldwide anti-money laundering efforts are currently just a decimal point away from total failure, according to a new report published Tuesday by the FACT Coalition.

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