On Wednesday 8 July, Helen Miller will present a virtual masterclass on the taxing multinationals.
In recent years there has clearly been a lot of debate, and some public anger, about how much multinationals pay (or don’t pay in tax). The OECD has undertaken a huge programme of work to foster collaboration between countries to enact policies that prevent tax avoidance. This Masterclass will discuss what corporation taxes are actually trying to tax, how multinational companies legally reduce their tax bills and what the options for reform are.
Helen is Deputy Director of the IFS and head of the Tax sector. She is chair of the Royal Economic Society’s Communications Committee. Her main research interests are the effects of the tax system on individuals and firms behaviour and the design of tax policy. Her recent research also includes work on the drivers of firm investment and the UK productivity puzzle. She is Tolley’s 2018 Tax Personality of the year. Helen joined the IFS in 2007.
The live webinar will commence at 1pm. Members will be sent registration details direct.