The Offshore Leaks database is good for more than just searches. ICIJ's Mar Cabra shares techniques and tricks that journalists and other researchers can use to get maximum results for investigations.
The OECD's tax evasion plan earned cheers from financial transparency advocates. But can it work to curb tax evasion in poor countries that suffer its most painful consequences?
A bill introduced last week in the BVI legislature would impose prison sentences of up to 20 years for individuals who leak secret data and up to 15 years for journalists who knowingly publish illegal leaks.
The China Leaks investigation uncovered the hidden offshore holdings of the relatives of China's leaders, generating a wave of global media coverage and triggering a massive censorship effort by Chinese authorities.
The U.S. has made few commitments toward requiring American companies to disclose their real owners, and the most substantial rule that it proposed has now been stalled for years.
The author of ICIJ and the New York Times' joint investigation of the Cook Islands describes the hidden world of the Cooks' offshore economy, a "lawsuit-proof" paradise where the wealthy stash their assets.
Americans abroad say that the U.S. tax law FATCA, intended to crack down on offshore tax avoidance, has snared middle and working class expatriates with byzantine and unfair requirements.
Skyrocketing numbers of Americans have been renouncing US citizenship in recent years. Help us figure out who they are and why they are cutting ties with Uncle Sam.
A leading offshore services company finds that ICIJ's Offshore Leaks investigation has caused serious damage to the industry. The solution? More public relations and lobbying.
As the world cracks down on offshore tax havens, little-known business groups that represent many of the world's most powerful corporations are trying to put the brakes on reforms.
A documentary by the Danish Broadcasting Corporation used hidden camera footage to reveal a leading bank advising clients to hide money in offshore tax havens.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron pledges to make public a central registry that reveals the true owners of British companies, marking a significant step to crack down on offshore financial secrecy.
Secret documents obtained by ICIJ's Lars Bove revealed that banking giant HSBC helped its clients escape millions of euros in taxes by hiding money in offshore havens.
In a move described as the "beginning of the end" for bank secrecy, finance ministers and tax chiefs from 51 countries sign a new information-sharing agreement.
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