Allison Christians is a tax law professor who is named one of the “Global Tax 50” most influential individuals in international taxation. It was easy and fun to discuss such topics like social media, movies, digital design, visualisation of a tax story, her YouTube channel, her new book on an equal division of the benefits, so the majority of the benefits doesn’t just go to the rich countries, and help to Ukraine that every country can do and should do.
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During an interview it is often like in golf – in the first 10-15 minutes it is possible to understand quite clearly if you have a connection or don’t. With Allison, a tax law professor who is named one of the “Global Tax 50” most influential individuals in international taxation, it was easy and fun to discuss such topics like:
- Social media;
- Her drawings on RedBubble;
- Movies containing tax aspects;
- A tax story Allison would like to make as a cartoon;
- Why did Allison move from law firms to academia and how to keep hands on the business practice at the same time;
- Break Into Tax YouTube channel;
- Her new book – Tax Cooperation in an Unjust World that you can buy here and here is a summary of the book main ideas – on an equal division of the benefits between the countries involved, so the majority of the benefits doesn’t just go to the rich countries;
- On ideas how the tax world can help Ukraine, on UBOs of properties and Pillar2, tax on speculative foreign ownership, AML checks for the Golden visa source money.