Facebook to book NZ advertising sales revenues here, not in Ireland

Facebook says it will book the revenues it earns from selling advertising to Kiwi companies in New Zealand in future. The change is part of worldwide move by Facebook to restructure its accounting and appears a major victory for policy-makers concerned about the way Facebook and many other technology multinationals have structured their affairs to minimise tax. Facebook is believed to earn tens of millions of dollars from New Zealand firms which buy advertising on its popular social media platform, but has previously invoiced them from Ireland, which has a company tax rate of 12.5 per cent and has allowed tax loopholes. A Facebook spokeswoman confirmed Facebook New Zealand would book revenue from sales made to New Zealand advertisers. Continue reading at 'Stuff'

[ Stuff | 2017-12-15 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Facebook to stop routing ad revenue via Ireland amid pressure over taxes

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[ The Guardian | 2017-12-12 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Print and audio book sales boost S&S revenue

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Facebook founder’s book club choice sends sales rocketing

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Industry Notes: 2020 World Book Capital; Political Book Sales in the US; PRH Names New CFO

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German Book Market in 2017: Stable Sales But in Need of More Book Buyers

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London Book Fair 2018: Why the Problem with Facebook, Is Facebook

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Unplanned pregnancies, surveillance and war on the books at NZ Book Awards

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