CBC investigative journalist Harvey Cashore uncovered that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) recently reached an out of court settlement with wealthy KPMG clients who were caught using what the CRA called a grossly negligent offshore tax sham. This is a disturbing development for many reasons.
Canadian corporations reported they have over $350 billion in Canada’s top 12 tax havens around the world, in a Statistics Canada report released this week. That’s a lot of money: equivalent to almost $10,000 per Canadian.
OTTAWA – Canadian corporations increased the money they report in Canada’s top 12 overseas tax havens by almost 10% to a record high of $353 billion in 2018, according to Statistics Canada Foreign Direct Investment figures released today.
There was little for Canadians to celebrate as we marked the three-year anniversary of the Panama Papers scandal this week.
An exclusive Journal de Montréal investigation this week revealed only 12 of the 900 Canadians named in the Panama Papers have been ordered to pay back the government
Countries around the world lose at least US$500 billion in annual tax revenues from international corporate tax avoidance and profit shifting, including through tax havens.
But we now finally have an opportunity to make some real progress on international corporate tax reform, with proposals outlined in a new paper just published by the Independent Commission for International Corporate Tax Reform.