Still, the country has not broken any laws, according to Frank De Lima, a former Panamanian economy and finance minster.SocGen bear sees 'imminent' recession Trump’s real problem?

Billionaire Mario Gabelli shared his views on the market, infrastructure and his top stock picks in an interview Friday on CNBC's "Power Lunch.On infrastructure: "Infrastructure is important because it helps fiscal stimulation.

Ireland's coalition government on Friday agreed to appeal against a multi-billion-euro back tax demand that the European Commission has slapped on iPhone maker Apple after independent members of the cabinet gave their backing, a spokesman said."A motion will come before the Dail (parliament) on Wednesday seeking an endorsement of that decision," the government spokesman said.

A revenue-neutral tax plan is not necessarily something President Donald Trump is in disagreement with, chief tax writer of the House of Representatives, Rep.In an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box," the House Ways and Means Committee chairman said Trump has said he's good with losing revenue in the early years, and a strong economy will bring it back in time.

The fight between the European Commission and Apple reminds Roger McNamee, co-founder of Elevation Partners, of the U.He pointed to the relatively small move in Apple shares on Tuesday, which were down a little more than 1 percent.

5 billion back tax bill signaled over the weekend she's not done yet with American companies that park profits offshore to lower their tax bills.The EU's antitrust commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, was in Washington on Monday to meet with U.

The federal government currently offers two types of loan forgiveness for student debt: public service loan forgiveness and loan forgiveness provided by income-based repayment plans, the latter of which requires two decades or more of loan repayment.Upon receiving student loan forgiveness, low-income borrowers will owe the IRS up to 25 percent of whatever amount is forgiven plus additional state taxes.

CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday that the European Union was retroactive when it ordered Ireland to recoup millions in taxes from Apple.The European Commission on Tuesday told the Irish government to retrieve about 13 billion euros ($14.

It's a rocky road, but that's the way to grow," said Jegge, who lives in New Jersey with her husband.That puts you in what some financial planners call the "retirement red zone.

Credit Suisse compared side by side the tax implications for individuals and companies of a potential victory by Republican candidate Donald Trump or Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.The investment bank believes a key focus for investors and the general public should be centered on taxation since both candidates' policies differ significantly.

Even if your retirement is years away, it's a good idea to periodically check in on your Social Security benefits.Earlier this month, the Social Security Administration announced it will enable two-factor authentication starting June 10, requiring account holders to log in and provide an additional point of identification via cellphone or email.

The European Union's fight for Apple's tax money may actually create setbacks for tax reform, a former U.005 percent tax rate in 2014, using a tax structure for its subsidiaries that the EU argued did not reflect "economic reality.

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett shared his views on everything from technology investing to President Trump in an in-depth and lengthy interview Monday on CNBC's "Squawk Box." The chairman, CEO and largest shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway was also joined by the company's Vice Chairman Charles Munger and Buffett-friend Bill Gates.

5 billion, based on a government tax break that the EU ruling said qualified as "state aid.Eric Vidal | Reuters European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager U.

The European Commission's ruling that Apple must pay back taxes to Ireland is going to scare investors away from the European Union, former U.It's what it does to the investment climate in the EU at a time when they desperately need investment," he said in an interview with CNBC's "Power Lunch.

Here's what's at stake: So the ruling shows that Apple hasn't been paying its fair share of taxes, right?005 percent of Apple's profits.

Yet thanks in part to a little-known federal tax incentive for land conservation donations, ranchers and farmers like Engle can harvest income tax savings on 100 percent of their annual income for 16 years.How it works To get the process going, an owner contacts a local land trust, of which there are about 1,100 nationwide.

A smartly designed financial transactions tax could go a long way toward helping reduce income inequality and won't negatively impact the markets, according to Andy Green, managing director of economic policy at the Center for American Progress.The issue is part of Hillary Clinton's economic plan, which will be highlighted this week at the Democratic National Convention.

5 trillion, according to new research by independent advisory firm Capital Economics, which suggests it's very unlikely to be ever repatriated.But the chances of this happening under the current tax system are very low," Andrew Hunter, a U.

Court documents reveal Amazon's long-standing and complex methods of carving out competitive tax positions, Newsweek's Simon Marks reported on Wednesday.Fred Greaves | Reuters An employee secures customers' orders with bubble wrap before they are shipped at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Tracy, Calif.