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tax haven

n
(Banking & Finance) a country or state having a lower rate of taxation than elsewhere
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Noun1.tax haven - a country or independent region where taxes are low
country, land, state - the territory occupied by a nation; "he returned to the land of his birth"; "he visited several European countries"
Translations
veroparatiisi
paradiso fiscale
raj podatkowy
skatteparadis

tax haven

nparadiso fiscale
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What tax haven countries can Americans move to and get citizenship?
But, since he has invested in tax haven countries, questions about the source of his investment have been raised.
Specifically, the Senators asked GM for country-by-country information on GMs profits, taxes, employees, and tangible assets to understand if the company is artificially shifting its profits into tax haven countries with extremely low rates considering GM has 13 subsidiaries in tax haven countries, including three in Switzerland.
As per the agreed list, the tax haven countries which apparently did not show willingness to share information with Pakistan are Anguilla, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, Mauritius, Niue, Panama and Samoa.
As per the agreed list, the tax haven countries which apparently did not show the willingness to share information with Pakistan are Anguilla, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, Mauritius, Niue, Panama and Samoa.
You may also find companies from tax haven countries and privately held U.S.
This dramatic increase, the researchers write, "is suggestive that a large number of taxpayers--a simple difference estimate would be around 60,000 individuals--disclosed previously unreported foreign accounts in response to the new enforcement policies." This theory is supported by another finding: the increase in account filings was especially large for accounts more likely to be used for tax evasion--those located in traditional tax haven countries and those containing over $1 million.
Since then, a multilateral system including many tax haven countries for the automatic exchange of information on financial accounts held by non-residents between the authorities is being steadily constructed.
Lastly, tax haven countries would likely be opposed to SFA, because their strategies to attract wealthy U.S.