Offshore Tax Strategies: An Introduction to the U. S. Tax Rules for Cross Border Transactions
Offshore Press, Inc., Aug 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 89 pages
Offshore Tax Strategies by Vernon Jacobs and Richard Duke is a concise, plain English introduction to the U.S. tax rules for cross border investments, foreign trusts, foreign corportions and other foreign entities owned by U.S. citizens or residents. Jacobs is a CPA with a focus on international tax law and Duke is an attorney with a concentration in international tax law.
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