I hope you have had a chance to log in on our new web page www.worldtaxpayers.org Do send us your ideas or wishes for the development of this tool, which we hope will be useful for all. We are working on more tax information and a special section on member recruitment and fund raising ideas, which will be for members only. By the end of this month we should be able to send a login to all members for access to that section as well.Read the full letter
Welcome to the WTA Members Blog. Here is where members update one another with their latest news and campaigns. All members can send their submissions to http://worldtaxpayers.org/members-update/
13 February 2015 | International Taxpayer Leaders Forum Newsletter, N.24
International Taxpayer Leaders Forum Newsletter, N.24 – February 13, 2015Read more
The news was first published by French Magazine Le Point, but it was buried in an article talking about the terrorists who attacked Charlie Hebdo. The news got revived thanks to a supporter of Contribuables Associés (roughly translated into English as Taxpayers United), a French group dedicated to fiscal conservatism.Read more
The circulation of this letter has gradually increased and now reaches some 200 persons around the world! I am very pleased with this and will work to continue to make it interesting and useful, as well as with a personal touch.Read the full letter
16 January 2015 | International Taxpayer Leaders Forum Newsletter, N.22
International Taxpayer Leaders Forum Newsletter, N.22 – January 16, 2015Read more
We’ve already told you what we want from Congress for Christmas and what we personally resolve to do in 2015 but NTU and Foundation staff haven’t given you our hopes for what the incoming Congress will do in the New Year.Read more
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) has crunched the numbers and the federal government’s Family Tax Cut (FTC) along with enhancements to the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) will give many Canadian families a considerable tax break this year.
As part of its annual New Year’s Tax Changes report, the CTF has calculated the tax savings for families from the retroactive implementation of the FTC combined with the UCCB enhancement.Read more
New analysis by the TaxPayers’ Alliance suggests that Britain’s tax system is neither progressive nor balanced across different income groups.
TaxPayers’ Alliance analysis shows the families on the lowest incomes pay a higher percentage of their gross income in tax than any other income group,and any increase in VAT would only make the situation worse.
However, the top 10 per cent of earners pay an average of £30,023 more in tax than they receive in state benefits or servicesRead more