Taxation and Corporate Social Responsibility

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Elwin Poortman
Analyst, Netherlands
TAX AVOIDANCE BY LARGE COMPANIES The Panama Papers showed that tax avoidance takes place on a large scale. Taxation strategies of some large MNE’s involve aggressive tax planning, including transferring profits and using artificial structures in combination with tax havens to achieve lower taxes and larger profits as a result. Putting this into a CSR-context, such tactics can be seen as immoral strategies. THE IMPACT OF TAX Taxes have a contradictive meaning: - On the one hand, taxes are like any other costs for a company. - However on the other hand, they are an economic contribution to the society in which the business is conducted. Therefore, aggressive tax planning can have significant burdens on a country’s well-being and that of its taxpayers, who eventually end up paying more taxes. Because aggressive tax planning often takes place within the regulatory framework, meaning that it is not illegal (by law), one has to consider to what extent aggressive tax planning aligns wi (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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