Tax, planning, inequality and Facebook in Ireland

The levels of inequality in countries like the US are reaching points last seen during the 1930s. So where does that leave Facebook and its tax planning?

17th December, 2017

Last week, the world’s top inequality researchers released an updated picture of income and wealth inequalities. With access to a database of 175 million data points, we now know more about how wealth and income inequality work than ever. The World Inequality Report shows that, over the past 37 years, inequality has got worse across large parts of the developed world.

In countries like the US, the levels of inequality are reaching points last seen...

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