Posts Tagged:Tax Administration

IMF Working Paper – Tax Administration Reforms Caribbean

Over the past decade, governments in the Caribbean region have introduced the value-added tax (VAT) to modernize their tax system,…

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Tax compliance

The importance of tax compliance in light of the Panama Papers

When you think about the Panama papers, what is the first thought that comes to mind? As I scan online…

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International Data Exchange and the fight against illicit financial flows

Tax evasion is the illegal evasion of taxes by individuals, corporations and/or trusts. These illicit financial flows result in countries…

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Estimating Tax Noncompliance in Latin America: 2000-2010

Paying taxes is often not something that appeals to people. Noncompliance is a universal phenomenon that not only directly affects…

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Aid instruments to strengthen tax systems

When it comes to collecting revenues, many countries in the developing world are caught in a vicious cycle. Impediments range…

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Where two countries exchange information, both gain

Today I stumbled upon an article I read a couple of months ago on the Dutch Tax Administration and their…

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IT in Tax Administration in Developing Countries

Information Technology can drastically improve tax collection. Successful modernization programmes however are depended on several factors. The study “Information Technology…

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OECD Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Information in Tax Matters – Implementation Handbook

The purpose of the Common Reporting Standard Handbook is to assist government officials in the implementation of the Standard for…

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Tax Administrations in OECD and Selected Non-OECD Countries

This series describes key features of the systems in place at tax administrations for administering national taxes in OECD and…

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