Tax haven

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Interest of• Charmian Gooch
• Ali Bongo Ondimba
• Alan Riley
• Tax Justice Network

A Tax haven is a place to avoid paying normal rates of tax. These are used by very wealthy individuals and large corporations. In addition they serve to obfuscate or hide ownership.[1][2]


 

Examples

Page nameDescription
BermudaBritish overseas territory. Tax haven famous for the Bermuda Triangle.
Cayman IslandsTax haven in the Caribbean.
DelawareTraditionally in the pocket of the Du Pont family; now also a general corporate tax haven. Home state of Joe Biden.
MauritiusIsland nation in the Indian Ocean. Now a tax haven.

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
File:THE PRICE OF OFFSHORE REVISITED.pdfpaperJuly 2012James S. HenryStudy on the "offshore" private banking market.
File:The Network of Global Corporate Control.pdfpaper26 October 2011Stefania Vitali
James B. Glattfelder
Stefano Battiston
Network analysis of the structure of global corporate interleaved ownerships and revenues.


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