NEWS & MEDIA
James Bond films are heavily subsidised by the British taxpayer, while at the same time minimising tax bills in the UK.Read more...
TaxWatch has submitted evidence to HMRC calling for those who sell disguised remuneration schemes to be investigated for fraud.Read more...
Netflix has agreed to respond to TaxWatch’s investigation into the companies tax affairs after a request from the DCMS Committee.Read more...
TaxWatch is calling on the Economic Crime Unit of the City of London Police to open a fraud investigation into the promoters and marketers of disguised remuneration tax avoidance schemes.Read more...
WHAT WE DO
TaxWatch is a UK charity dedicated to compliance and sound administration of the law in the field of taxation. We are an investigative think tank which conducts forensic research and analysis on tax avoidance, tax policy, and tax law, publishing our research to improve public understanding of tax issues.
Through our work we seek to encourage high standards of tax conduct and civic responsibility.
We are independent of any political party.
Paying in Equally
Governments that wish to restrict bailouts going to tax avoiders should insist that companies sign up to new rules on their tax behaviour.
No Tax and Chill: Netflix’s Offshore Millions
Our research reveals that the online video company Netflix streamed up to $430m of profit from their international operations into tax havens in 2018, while paying no corporation tax in the UK.
Around the world with $5bn
HMRC have alleged that General Electric fraudulently obtained a tax advantage in the UK worth US$1bn by failing to disclose documents relating to the groups financing arrangements.