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tax haven

n
(Banking & Finance) a country or state having a lower rate of taxation than elsewhere
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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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See Guttentag & Avi-Yonah, supra note 6, at 106 ("The financial benefits of tax haven operations, while funding a minimal level of government services, often flow primarily to professionals providing banking and legal services .
TAP) -- The House of People's Representatives (HPR) approved at a plenary session on Wednesday the establishment of a parliamentary investigation commission Tunisia's naming as a tax haven by the European Union, with 109 votes for, 1 against and 1 abstention.
In the European Parliament, the Socialists and Democrats group has tabled an amendment demanding that Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Ireland and Malta - all EU members - should be written into the EU tax haven list.
The EU cited Korea's "harmful preferential tax regimes" as one of the reasons it named the country a tax haven.
The European Union's decision to put South Korea on its tax haven blacklist has irritated Asia's fourth-largest economy.
Global Banking News-December 7, 2017--UAE disappointed at being included in EU tax haven blacklist
The Stop Tax Haven Abuse Act, introduced in April by Whitehouse and Doggett, would limit the ways corporations can game the U.
It includes claims that the Queen has PS10 million of her personal fortune invested in an offshore tax haven.
If the very wealthy person wants to avoid taxation in Britain and, therefore, put money into a tax haven somewhere, who loses?
23805), Annette Alstadsaeter, Niels Johannesen, and Gabriel Zucman make country-by-country estimates of tax haven wealth holdings.
Under tax haven laws, a corporation is generally required to include the income and apportionment factors of affiliates formed or engaged in business in tax havens irrespective of a valid waters-edge election.
The tax haven issue is particularly prone to serve as the catalyst for an increase in public suspicion regarding the fairness of the tax burden in many countries against the background of growing income disparities.