Our 5 priorities for #taxjustice

Achieve an EU package on minimum effective taxation and the reallocation of taxing rights to the country where the company makes the profits.

Reach a progressive environmental taxation package capable of delivering both the Green New Deal and tackling rising socio-economic inequalities.

Obtain a high level commitment to push for qualified majority voting on some tax related issues in the Council.

End tax competition by achieving a fully-fledged Common Consolidated Tax Base for Corporate Taxation – a single set of rules for cross-border companies to calculate their taxable profits in the EU.

Demand fairer taxation of big tech companies and new taxation methods that keep up with the increasing digitalisation of the economy.

10 actions we push the EU to also deliver on

Obtain a high level commitment to push for qualified majority voting on some tax related issues in the Council.

Campaign for an improved European blacklist of tax havens, including the EU’s own tax havens, with sanctions for companies and individuals.

Ensure a fraud-proof VAT system.

Design a European Net Wealth Tax to address excessive wealth inequality and combat tax avoidance.

Fight dodgy tax schemes by defining, reviewing and proposing rules to ensure harmful tax practices are repealed all across Europe.

Impose penalties for tax advisors and financial institutions, who help companies and individuals to cheat their way out of their tax obligations.

Defend a true Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) to discourage excessive speculation, make financial markets more stable and ensure all contribute their fair share.

Set up an EU tax authority that co-ordinates between national tax authorities to crack down on cross-border tax crimes.

Reward good tax practice by including anti-tax dodging clauses in all EU trade agreements with third countries.

Organise EU support to set up a Global Tax Body to jointly tackle tax evasion and tax avoidance and limit tax competition.