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The Taxpayers’ Alliance of Ghana is bringing to light the wasteful government spending on President John Dramani Mahama’s vacation. Check out their latest press release to bring awareness to this issue.Read more
Letter from the Chairman, no 12
Stockholm July 30th 2015
Former President of the Swedish Taxpayers Association and founder of the World Taxpayers Associations,
Bjorn Tarras-Wahlberg’s piece on the amazing transformation of Georgia’s tax system for the Swedish Daily.
Amid global debates on trade and regulatory reforms, the Property Rights Alliance (PRA) issued an open letter on July 20, 2015 to WIPO Director Dr. Francis Gurry in support of strong protections for all types of Intellectual Property. The WTA is a proud signatory.Read more
ATTENTION WTA Members – The WTA is going to create a global chart of the Tax Freedom Days from all of its members. Tax Freedom Day is the first day of the year in which a nation as a whole has theoretically earned enough income to pay its taxes. Every dollar that is officially considered income by the government is counted, and every payment to the government that is officially considered a tax is counted.
Please send to me, Sarah Elliott, email@example.com, your Tax Freedom Day for your country, and how you calculate it. Thank you!Read more
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The Taxpayers’ Union is welcoming the release of The New Zealand Initiative’s report into workplace health and safety costs driving up the price of construction. The report by Dr Bryce Wilkinson, A Matter of Balance: Regulating Safety, finds these taxes cost New Zealand homeowners over $100 million per year.Read more
Read the latest news on international property rights from around the world. Written and compiled by Lorenzo Montanari, Americans for Tax Reform.Read more
Back in May at the European Resource Bank meeting, the Taxpayers Protection Alliance co-hosted a reception with the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance and the Property Rights Alliance where we talked about plain packaging of tobacco products and the potential for the next product to be alcohol. Well, it looks like we were right. Ireland is now considering plain packaging for alcohol. There are times when you are right but you don’t want to be. Here is TPA’s latest blog on the issue.Read more