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UK axes tax-free shopping for international travellers
The government believes it could save more than €2 billion but tourism chiefs say the u-turn is a ‘hammer blow’ for the sector.
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The policy could be here to stay with commuters being encouraged to ditch their cars in favour of taking the train.
Millions could ditch holidays to Spain after EU changes, report finds
Spain’s Association of Airlines is asking the government to reconsider EU measures to reduce aviation emissions.
UK announces plan to slash tax and boost investment
"We won't apologise for managing the economy in a way that increases prosperity and living standards," said UK chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng
Andalucia is scrapping its wealth tax to attract rich expats
The new policy is likely to make Andalucia attractive to foreigners wanting a second home in Spain.
EU looks to raise €140bn from windfall tax on energy firms
The plan is part of long-awaited emergency measures to tackle the soaring cost of electricity before winter.
US tax credits for electric vehicles spark talk of possible trade war
The credits encourage manufacturing in the US but foreign car companies say they are discouraging international trade.
Germany lowers natural gas tax to ease burden on consumers
Many German citizens are struggling with soaring energy costs following Russia’s war on Ukraine.
Tourism tax: How a visitor levy could protect the places we love
Tourists place a burden on infrastructure, public services and facilities in the destinations they visit.
Tax turbulence: which celebs have fallen afoul of tax authorities?
With superstar Shakira accused of an alleged €14.5 million tax fraud, celebrities and their taxes are once again under the spotlight. But which stars have been found guilty of dodging tax?
Canada’s new ‘luxury tax’ targets supercars, yachts and private jets
As of September, Canada’s new ‘luxury tax’ will apply to privately owned high-value vehicles, aircraft and vessels.
Costa Rica’s digital nomad visa is now open for applications
After an unexpected delay, travellers can now stay and work in this Central American country for up to a year.
Russia approves crypto tax break to soften Western sanctions blow
Lawmakers in the Russian Duma have softened their stance on cryptocurrency and issuers of digital assets as sanctions by the West begin to bite.
Hungary blocks EU deal on 15% minimum corporate tax
Budapest argues the new tax would deal a "low blow" for European competitiveness and put jobs at risk.
'Pollution tax' hits tourists travelling to Barcelona on cruise ships
Planning a cruise to Barcelona? You will soon have to pay a brand new ‘pollution tax.’
How European countries are taxing Netflix to invest in cinema
As Switzerland looks to approve a law forcing Netflix to invest 4 per cent of its revenue back into Swiss cinema, we look at how other European countries are bolstering their film industries through the streamers.
Profits made by fossil fuel firms could be temporarily taxed by the EU
The money the tax generates could be used to help consumers with rising bills and aid the transition to clean energy.
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According to the new study by The University of Essex, the dullest hobbies were deemed to be religion, watching TV, bird watching and smoking.
'World must demand the rich pay their fair share', say millionaires
"The world – every country in it – must demand the rich pay their fair share," millionaires from the US, UK, Germany, Canada, Denmark, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, and Iran wrote in an open letter.
Is France about to relax its rules on cryptocurrencies?
One young French politician is pushing to relax rules on taxing cryptos but others fear there are not enough investors to be worthwhile.