Peter Barnes Analyzes the Morality of International Tax Planning at J. Nelson Young Tax Institute
Legally, taxpayers can arrange their business operations to minimize income taxes. But, in recent years, multinational corporations have been sharply criticized for doing just that. Why? And why are individuals generally not criticized (or criticized to the same degree) when they take the same tax minimization steps that companies take? We will discuss the moral compass that guides international tax planning.
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