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Supreme Court Widens Reach of Sales Taxes in E-Commerce

Supreme Court Widens Reach of Sales Taxes in E-Commerce Image A Wayfair distribution center in Cranbury, N.J. State officials in South Dakota sued three online retailers for violating a law that required merchants to collect sales tax.CreditJohn Taggart for The New York Times. By Adam Liptak, Ben Casselman and Julie ...

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Washington’s Fight Over Taxes Is Only Beginning

WASHINGTON — Never mind that “once in a generation” tax bill that just passed last year. Congress is headed for years more of big fights over taxes, particularly those for individuals. That tax battle is a byproduct of America’s polarized political climate and of the go-it-alone choices Republicans made to ...

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Lower Corporate Taxes, Higher Wages? Voters Are Skeptical

Republicans argue that their plan to cut corporate taxes will increase wages for American workers. A new survey suggests even the party’s strongest supporters aren’t buying that argument. The House of Representatives could vote this week on a plan that would fulfill a longtime Republican promise to cut taxes on ...

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Profitable Companies, No Taxes: Here’s How They Did It

Complaining that the United States has one of the world’s highest corporate tax levels, President Trump and congressional Republicans have repeatedly vowed to shrink it. Yet if the level is so high, why have so many companies’ income tax bills added up to zero? That’s what a new analysis of ...

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Apple Is Said to Owe Back Taxes to Irish Government

The European Union’s competition authorities are poised to announce a major tax ruling against Apple’s tax dealings with the Irish government on Tuesday, a decision that will likely increase trans-Atlantic tension over how some of the world’s largest companies pay taxes on their global operations. The ruling, expected to be ...

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Back taxes in Vietnam rise to $3.36 billion: data

Old, unpaid personal and business taxes in Vietnam swelled to VND76 trillion (US$ 3.36 billion) at the end of April, up 4.3 percent from December, local media reported, citing the General Department of Taxation. Many businesses made losses and even closed down, thus being unable to pay taxes in time, Vietnam ...

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