Industry voiceTax is currently under the spotlight, with the recent Budget 2014 and tax year-end. Although the existing government's strategy to continue reducing corporation tax means that many companies will now pay the 20% rate, there are other ways to cut the company tax bill even further.
Google says that it's fine for it to pay only £6m in UK tax per year because it "empowers literally billions of pounds of start-ups".
Apple's financial results reveal that it managed to pay just 2% corporation tax in overseas countries last year.
The search giant may stop linking to French media sites if a new law passes that forces the company to pay for content it directs traffic to.
The £22 Raspberry Pi computer has been a phenomenal success, but gaming legend and co-founder David Braben has told TechRadar that the "broken" British tax system made the entire project far harder.
George Osborne has announced that the UK is set to bring tax breaks to the UK videogames industry, something which has been promised since 2010.
A tax loophole which allows tax relief when distributing DVDs from the Channel Islands has been effectively closed, with the UK High Court announcing the government is free to amend the current bill.
The games industry in the UK is on the brink of having any chance of future tax breaks taken away, with European-wide tax relief for the industry set to expire in 2012.
The French PM has said that net firms such as Google, Yahoo and Facebook should be paying more tax in his country in order to boost online sales of books, movies and music.