Long-term US Inflation?

Inflationary fears have returned to the US, as the worst of the pandemic comes to an end. Following periods of expansionary economic policy, fears of excessive inflation have naturally always arisen – as was the case in 2017, following the expansionary tax reductions passed by the Trump Administration. However, given the sheer amount of stimulusContinue reading “Long-term US Inflation?”

Global Minimum Corporate Tax. A good idea?

At the time of writing, 130 countries have backed a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% – designed to discourage multinational corporations from purposefully redistributing profits and thus manipulating their tax returns in the process. The aim is to increase tax revenues, by taxing corporations regardless of where their sales are made. However, theContinue reading “Global Minimum Corporate Tax. A good idea?”