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Unfortunately, there are many United States corporations that use international tax loopholes to shirk their US based corporate income tax obligations. By transferring money in and out of international jurisdictions, they exploit loopholes in tax treaties and create other problems for taxing their income. Worse still, is that because of US tax laws, they have problems repatriating money back into the United States, so that money never reenters our country. I have written a number of pieces on this same subject matter on my blog, www.sambrotman.com/blog for anyone who would like to know more about this topic. However, we need to do something in order to combat this serious problem.
November 8, 2013 at 10:01 a.m.
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