UK tax strategy 2020
Shell’s approach to tax supports our UK tax strategy and is published in compliance with Finance Act 2016 s161 Schedule 19. This approach to tax is relevant for the financial year ending 31st December 2020.
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The payment of taxes is a central link between Shell and the countries and communities where we operate. It is a vital part of our contribution to national economies and people’s lives.
Shell does not condone, encourage or support tax evasion, and is committed to implementing procedures to prevent anybody employed or contracted to Shell or acting on Shell’s behalf facilitating the evasion of tax.
The Tax Contribution Report is an important move for Shell towards greater transparency around our approach to paying taxes, and aims to offer a deeper understanding of our principles and actions in this area.
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