Members’ Area

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/

WTA Chairman’s Update #3: October – December 2019

Section: Letter from the Chairman / WTA Blog
6 November 2019 | WTA Chairman’s Update #3: October – December 2019

Dear WTA members, observers and friends:

Next WTA events:

Taxpayers Regional Forum in Kyiv Ukraine May 16, 2020

The first WTA-sponsored Regional Taxpayers Forum of 2020 will take place in Kyiv, Ukraine, May 16th.

In May 2020 World Taxpayers Associations along with the Atlas Network and the Ukrainian Economic Freedoms Foundation is pleased to invite delegates to join us in an exchange of ideas and best practices to advance taxpayer advocacy in Europe.

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17th World Taxpayers’ Conference & 7th Friedman Conference

Section: Members Highlights / WTA Blog
14 June 2019 | 17th World Taxpayers’ Conference & 7th Friedman Conference

Many thanks to the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance and Tax and Super Australia, especially to Tim Andrews, for hosting and organizing the 17th World Taxpayers’ Conference & 7th Friedman Conference in Sydney in May 2019.  More than 460 people from over 30 countries attended the conference (including four delegates from South-America) thanks in part to scholarships offered by the National Taxpayers Union, Americans for Tax Reform and Atlas Network.

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WTA Chairman’s Update #1

Section: Letter from the Chairman / WTA Blog
3 June 2019 | WTA Chairman’s Update #1

Dear WTA members, observers and friends:

It is a great privilege to write my first message to you as the new Chairman and President of the World Taxpayers Associations. After a fantastic meeting in Sydney, I take over the role from Troy Lanigan, who you will all know or be aware of.

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OECD: Taxing Wages 2019

Section: Tax Facts / WTA Blog
29 April 2019 | OECD: Taxing Wages 2019

Income tax and social security contributions declined slightly for the average worker across the OECD in 2018, driven by major reforms in a handful of countries, according to Taxing Wages OECD’s report.

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