The IMF has reached agreement with the Sri Lankan government for a $1.5 billion bailout to help the island nation avert a balance of payments crisis. » Read More
Even after the recent recovery pushing prices to just over $40 per barrel, producing oil in Alaska is solidly a money-losing proposition.
McDonald's France has been sent a bill for alleged unpaid taxes, as part of a crackdown by French authorities, the Financial Times reports.
Saudi Arabia threatened to sell $750 billion in U.S. assets, but experts say its uncertain how Riyadh arrived at that figure.
The crash in oil prices has brought a major economic hangover to states that are big energy producers.
We know the Tokyo subway is really great, but how come the Washington Post didn't bother to ask why?
American officials urged citizens to come forward before they become incriminated by the Panama Papers, reports NBC News.
Time sheet data show that employees in accounting departments call out sick around tax time more than any other time of the year.
By dodging taxes, large companies are costing the U.S. economy more than $100 billion per year, according to Oxfam.
Here are a few ways investors can minimize taxes on their equities from First Quadrant's Paul Goldwhite.
When you factor in what you pay in state and local taxes, a lot depends on where you live.
With tax season winding down, it's time to test your knowledge of the tax code.
Bernie Sanders just doesn't have the math to back up his plan to break up big banks and tax Wall Street, says this HFT advocate.
The Panama Papers scandal highlights how much progress the world has made in combating tax havens, the head of the OECD told CNBC on Friday.
Small internet retailers are willing to collect sales tax, but let's make sure the legislation is fair, says Carl Szabo.
Election year cries for simplifying the tax code are putting more pressure on the $20 billion consumer tax prep industry.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told CNBC: "Everyone who engages in business knows that it's subject to changes in law or in ruling."
The lack of U.S. citizens named in the Panama Papers has left Microsoft founder Bill Gates a little incredulous.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam responded to Bernie Sanders after the senator supported the strike against the company.
The "Panama Papers" leak of 11.5 million financial records has exposed public figures around the world. But did "smart" people avoid offshore havens completely?
Bradley Birkenfeld, a former UBS banker who blew the whistle on tax dodges, told CNBC he believes the CIA may be behind the Panama Papers leak.
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