Deutsche Bank will pay a fine for helping the Russians

Deutsche Bank may pay the US authorities $ 200 million as part of a Justice Department investigation into a possible violation of the sanctions against Russia. Bloomberg writes about this with reference to a source familiar with the course of the case. New York City Financial Services Authority (DFS) and the Federal Reserve System (FRS) ...

Accounts of 390 thousands more taxpayers could crack

As a result of the hacking of the website of the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS), hackers could gain access to the information of more than 300 American taxpayers, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing the US tax office. Earlier it was reported about the possible access to information of 100 thousand American taxpayers. IN…

Google and Facebook threaten Israeli economy

The leaders of Channel Ten and two Israeli production companies - Reshet and Keshet - are demanding that the state take urgent measures to save the local TV advertising market. A joint letter to the Commercial Broadcasting Authority notes that the development of digital broadcasting technology has led ...

Holidays in Greece will rise in price due to higher taxes

The reforms to be carried out by the Greek government may directly affect tourism. In exchange for financial assistance from the European Union, Greece will have to implement a series of tough reforms. These will include tax increases, which will affect the tourism industry: for cafes and restaurants, the tax will increase ...

Belarusians organized the “Party of Parasites” on Facebook

The decree of President Lukashenko “On the prevention of social dependency”, popularly nicknamed “the decree on parasites,” encouraged Belarusian users of social networks to create specific groups and communities. The “Party of Parasites” created, as commentators write, on Facebook, by Monday evening scored 1700 likes and ...

McDonald's has not paid taxes on 1 billion euros

The world's largest fast food chain McDonald's has been charged with tax evasion totaling 1 billion euros. The charges were brought forward by the European and American trade union associations - the European Federation of Public Service Unions and The Service Employees International Union, as well as the charity War on Want. McDonald's allegedly ...

Obama proposed to introduce a tax on foreign income

US President Barack Obama proposes to introduce a one-time tax on corporate profits earned abroad. The fee is expected to be set at 14%; it will cover revenues estimated at about $ 2 trillion. The highest corporate tax rate in the United States, determined by ...

Obama wants to increase taxes on the incomes of the rich to help the middle class

President Barack Obama plans to amend the tax code that will bring the country billions of dollars. New taxes will affect wealthy US citizens, and the money will be spent on helping the middle class. Tax innovations will raise about $ 320 billion over ...

About a third of cigarettes sold in New York illegally

According to statistics, about a third of cigarettes sold in New York are sold illegally, bypassing the law. Offenders make money by selling tobacco products imported from other states without paying the taxes required by state laws. A huge market for illegal cigarettes exists in New York already ...

In New York, a quarter of the mobile phone bill goes to pay taxes

Mobile communication is another thing New Yorkers pay more for than residents of other states and cities in the United States. It turns out that up to 25% of the money that city dwellers spend to pay their mobile phone bills goes to pay various taxes by cellular companies ...

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