UK International Holding Companies

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Jordans, 2003 - Law - 314 pages
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In this new work, Martin Palmer and John Dewhurst analyse the tax position, and why it and the other attributes of UK international holding companies, also explained in detail, have made the United Kingdom an attractive corporate domicile for international tax planners. In addition, the authors compare the advantages and disadvantages of the UK holding company with its counterparts in other jurisdictions and employ several case studies to illustrate its fiscal effectiveness in international tax planning arrangements.

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