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Global Tax Transparency And The Nonprofit Sector
Global tax transparency is a pretty easy idea to get behind; in societies with a functioning tax authority, it should be unlawful for a taxpayer to squirrel assets away from proper scrutiny.
United States
2 Aug 2019
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Philanthropy In The Era Of 'Toxic Donations' - Expert View
A visit to virtually any museum, performance hall or university is accompanied by an introduction to the families that have supported it.
United States
12 Jun 2019
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Giving Big - Making The Most Of Major Donations
Whilst overall charitable giving fell by more than 4% in the UK during 2018 according to the Blackbaud Charitable Giving Report, we are seeing an increase in major donations to charities in this country.
UK
3 Jun 2019
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Making Grants Overseas – A Refresher On HMRC Rules For Charities
It is a hallmark of the charity sector in the UK that charities may support projects and purposes at home or abroad, and we can trace UK global grant-making back to at least the early 19th century.
UK
29 May 2019
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Withers Recap Of Legal Issues In Museum Administration 2019
Last month, the Legal Issues in Museum Administration conference, which provides focused guidance on the legal and business issues that have impacted the museum world for over 40 years,
United States
16 May 2019
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Law Of Unintended Consequences – International Tax Transparency
The Common Reporting Standard ('CRS') is an information exchange regime aimed at international tax transparency.
UK
11 Oct 2017
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Common Reporting Standard: HMRC Releases Revised Guidance For UK Charities
The Common Reporting Standard is, like FATCA before it (a regime established by US legislation, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act), an information exchange regime aimed at international tax transparency.
UK
3 Oct 2016
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Common Reporting Standard: HMRC Guidance for Charities Released
As discussed in our earlier briefings, the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is designed to combat international tax evasion by allowing countries to swap information on each other's tax payers.
UK
8 Jun 2016
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Wake Up Call For Charities – The Common Reporting Standard Is Here
Although the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) catches charities in its due diligence and reporting net, its potentially onerous impact remains largely unrecognised by the charities sector.
UK
12 May 2016
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Common Reporting Standard: The Impact Of New Tax Transparency Rules On Charities
Some time ago we wrote about the impact on UK charities of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act ('FATCA').
UK
2 Mar 2016
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Improving Large Business Tax Compliance – What This Means For Charities
The government's stated goal is to ensure that the UK's highly competitive tax system draws business to the UK economy, but not at the expense of transparency and public trust.
UK
7 Dec 2015
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