corporation tax


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corporation tax

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a British tax on the profits of a company or other incorporated body
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corporation tax

nimposta sul reddito di persone giuridiche
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"With effect from 6 April 2020, non-UK resident companies that carry on a UK property business will be charged to corporation tax in the UK, rather than pay income tax on their profits.
GOOGLE alledgedly avoiding UK corporation tax is only the tip of the iceberg (Mirror, April 8).
By MARTYN LANDI LABOUR has accused Amazon of appearing to engage in "aggressive tax-dodging" after it was reported that the company paid less corporation tax in the UK over the last two decades than major retailers such as Marks & Spencer paid in one year alone.
AMAZON has paid less than PS62million in corporation tax in the 20 years it has been in the UK - while enjoying sales of nearly PS7billion.
By contrast, quoting from a national daily: "Corporation Tax receipts have soared since the rate was cut to 19%.
ONE of Wales' best known economists argues the UK has the chance to cut corporation tax in the poorest regions in a move which could boost the Welsh economy by up to PS700m.
DONALD TRUMP has announced huge tax cuts for middle America and business, aiming for a 15% corporation tax rate.
TAX justice campaigners have called for an overhaul of Britain's corporation tax system after Facebook announced voluntary changes which are likely to lead to the social media giant paying millions of pounds more to HMRC.
TAX justice campaigners have called for an overhaul of Britain's corporation tax system, after Facebook announced voluntary changes which are likely to lead to the social media giant paying millions of pounds more to HM Revenue and Customs.
He told the Telegraph that corporation tax has "had its day" and should largely be replaced with a tax on sales to prevent large-scale avoidance by multinationals.

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