Taxes

GRI Podcast December: Tax Reporting

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Taxes have become a vital reputational issue for organizations, and there’s increasing demand for greater transparency on how companies approach tax payments. As GRI’s independent standard-setting body, the Global Sustainability Standards Board, is releasing a draft Standard on Tax and Payments to Governments, we interview Robert Wilson from MFS Investment Management and Alex Cobham from the Tax Justice Network, who are both members of the GSSB’s Technical Committee.

KeyBank Offers Free Tax Return Prep in Nine Metro Areas on February 6

Tenth Annual Super Refund Saturday Event Includes Earned Income Tax Credit Access
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CLEVELAND, January 27, 2016 /3BL Media/ – On February 6, 2016, KeyBank will partner with nonprofit organizations in nine metropolitan areas across the United States to host its eleventh annual Super Refund Saturday—a one-day event during which KeyBank employees provide free, individual federal income tax preparation sessions to local low- and moderate-income wage earners, helping them determine their eligibility and apply for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

Bloomberg Philanthropies: Cities and Climate Change in Canada

Canadian cities provide an excellent laboratory for demonstrations and pilot projects that can be developed and deployed nationwide.
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KeyBank Offers Free Tax Return Prep in 10 Metro Areas on February 7

Tenth Annual Super Refund Saturday Event Includes Earned Income Tax Credit Access
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CLEVELAND, Ohio, February 3, 2015 /3BL Media/ – On February 7, 2015, KeyBank will partner with nonprofit organizations in 10 metropolitan areas across the United States to host its tenth annual Super Refund Saturday—a one-day event during which KeyBank employees provide free, individual federal income tax preparation sessions to local low- and moderate-income wage earners, helping them determine their eligibility and apply for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

More than a Third of Americans Plan to Spend All or Part of Their Tax Refund

Nearly a third (30 percent) are Unaware of the End of the Payroll Tax Holiday and Smaller Paychecks This Year
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McLean, Va., March 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ – The April 15th tax filing deadline is approaching and according to the latest IRS statistics, the average federal tax refund this year will be $2,803. For the third year in a row, Capital One Bank’s annual Taxes and Savings Survey found that most Americans (85 percent) expect to get a refund and more than a third (35 percent) plan to spend all or part of it.

Navigating the Impact of the Payroll Tax

Guest Post: Spain Shuts Down Oldest Nuclear Reactor

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The Garona nuclear power plant is shutting down in order to avoid new taxes that would render the plant unprofitable.  Spain is introducing higher taxes on electricity generation as a measure to address an over 24 billion euro ($31 billion) energy tariff deficit after years of selling power below costs.

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