Tax: how Amazon passed the Slough test and prospered

Tax: how Amazon passed the Slough test and prospered

www.guardian.co.uk
HMRC believes Amazon has no fixed place of business in the UK. Perhaps it needs to look again at what goes on in BerkshireThe way companies are taxed has changed with the way corporations have developed in the last 100 years, expanding beyond national borders. The emergence of substantial international...
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