Reform of U. S. International Taxation: Alternatives
DIANE Publishing, 2011 - 21 pages
Is the current U.S. tax system for taxing U.S. international business the appropriate one for the modern era of globalized business operations, or should its basic structure be reformed? Contents of this report: The Current System and Possible Revisions; Neutrality, Efficiency, and Competitiveness; Assessing the Existing Tax System; Territorial Taxation: The Dividend Exemption Proposal; A Residence-Based System in Practice; President Obama's Proposals to Restrict Deferral and Cross-Crediting; Tax Havens: Issues and Policy Options; General Reforms of the Corporate Tax and Implications for International Tax Treatment. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find publication.
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