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Tax Justice

Corporate tax abuse continues to make headline news with more and more companies outed as tax avoiders.

This section aims to help consumers find out more and campaign on the issue.

Amazon Boycott

We have called a boycott of Amazon over its outrageous tax avoidance.

The time is right to focus on a company whose whole business model appears to be based on not paying its fair share of tax.

Boycott Amazon and find shopping alternatives

Windfall tax campaign for big technology companies

In 2020, three months into the COVID 19 lockdown, we started a new tax campaign.

Find out more about our windfall tax campaign for big technology companies.

FInd out more about this campaign

Fair Tax Foundation

Fair tax is at the heart of a fair society. We set up the Fair Tax Foundation, alongside our partners, to award businesses with an open and responsible tax policy. Find out which companies have signed up.

Read more about this campaign

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What is Tax Avoidance?

Tax avoidance is legal. So what is it and what's the problem with it?

Tax avoidance is shifting profits so you have to pay a lower rate of taxes. It involves using loop holes in tax systems so that you can reduce rates in a way that law makers never intended but which is entirely legal.

Find out about tax avoidance and how you can help

Tax Conduct ratings for companies

All our ratings now contain a Tax Conduct column, to help show how likely a company is to be engaged in tax avoidance.

While we have long rated all companies on this, our rating was previously buried in the overall Anti-Social Finance column, alongside excessive directors pay and general financial corruption.

Find out more about tax conduct ratings for companies

Tax Havens

We compiled a list of 43 tax havens and explain how we rate companies on tax. 

See which countries make our list of tax havens