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The use of legal means to reduce tax liabilities or to achieve favourable tax timing differences.
 
The use of legal means to reduce tax liabilities or to achieve favourable tax timing differences.
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A large number of offshore tax avoidance structures and participating individuals and corporations were disclosed by the leaking of the Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers.
  
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Anti-avoidance provision]]
 
* [[Anti-avoidance provision]]
* [[GAAR]]
 
 
* [[Arm’s length principle]]
 
* [[Arm’s length principle]]
 
* [[Base erosion and profit shifting]]
 
* [[Base erosion and profit shifting]]
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* [[CbC reporting]]
 
* [[Discovery assessment]]
 
* [[Discovery assessment]]
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* [[GAAR]]
 
* [[Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs]]
 
* [[Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs]]
 
* [[Inland Revenue]]
 
* [[Inland Revenue]]
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* [[IR35]]
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* [[Panama Papers]]
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* [[Paradise Papers]]
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* [[Sweetheart deal]]
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* [[Tax arbitrage]]
 
* [[Tax evasion]]
 
* [[Tax evasion]]
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* [[Tax haven]]
 
* [[Tax relief]]
 
* [[Tax relief]]
 
* [[Taxable person]]
 
* [[Taxable person]]
 
* [[Taxable transaction]]
 
* [[Taxable transaction]]
  
[[Category:Compliance_and_audit]]
 
 
[[Category:Accounting,_tax_and_regulation]]
 
[[Category:Accounting,_tax_and_regulation]]
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[[Category:Compliance_and_audit]]

Latest revision as of 11:29, 1 March 2018

The use of legal means to reduce tax liabilities or to achieve favourable tax timing differences.

A large number of offshore tax avoidance structures and participating individuals and corporations were disclosed by the leaking of the Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers.


See also