Lewis Hamilton arriving in Montreal for the Canadian Grand Prix on a bright red jet.

British Formula One star Lewis Hamilton got a new luxury jet, a $27-million candy-apple red Bombardier Challenger 605 with Armani curtains. He also go(...)

A man enters a Nike shop  in Bangkok, Thailand. File photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

Five days before Christmas 2006, Nike chief executive Mark Parker was in an upbeat mood on a conference call with Wall Street analysts. “So, how are (...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said on Monday the OECD process is the best way to tackle international tax avoidance. Photograph: Reuters

The Government has sought to keep the focus firmly on the OCED as the way of combating international tax avoidance in the wake of the Paradise Papers (...)

The Appleby’s Bermuda office, Hamilton, Bermuda,

The elaborate scheme used by three Irish actors with the Mrs Brown’s Boys comedy involved an English agency, trusts in Mauritius and the Seychelles, p(...)

Paddy Houlihan aka Dermot in Mrs Brown’s Boys: “By the time the tax bill came around [each year], the money would be gone. I found myself constantly chasing my tail”

Paddy Houlihan, the actor with Brendan O’Carroll’s Mrs Brown’s Boys, says he still does not understand the elaborate tax scheme he used for part of hi(...)

Agnes Brown (Brendan O’Carroll) and Betty Brown (Amanda Woods) in the Mrs Brown’s Boys 2016 Christmas special. The offshore scheme was not used by O’Carroll or his wife Jennifer. A trust was set up for Woods but she never made use of the scheme.

Three actors with the highly successful Mrs Brown’s Boys comedy were paid through an offshore structure that sheltered them from paying income tax on (...)

Brendan O’Carroll on Dublin’s Moore Street in 2013 during filming of “Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Mrs Brown’s Boys is a spectacularly successful TV, film and theatre comedy phenomenon that has made its creator, Dublin writer and actor Brendan O’Car(...)

The offices of Appleby, an offshore law firm, in Hamilton, Bermuda. The core of the Paradise Papers leak, totaling more than 13.4 million documents, focuses on Appleby, a 119-year old company that has helped obscure the wealth of multinational companies and the superrich. Photograph: Meredith Andrews/The New York Times

Inside Politics is a regular podcast from The Irish Times. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, on Subscribe on Android">Android, on Stitcher, on ACast or on (...)

A spokesman for  Bank of Ireland said it was group policy to fully comply with all the requirements of the tax legislation in the countries in which it operated. Photograph: Getty Images

The Bank of Ireland was “positively encouraging inheritance tax evasion in the UK” in the 1990s, the head of legal services in AIB UK told a meeting w(...)

Documents show AIB’s offshore arm continued to target Irish residents after it was taken into State ownership and hoped to generate business from existing AIB customers. File photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

AIB, Ireland’s largest bank, continued to target Irish customers who wanted to avoid paying tax after it had been bailed out at a cost to the public o(...)

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