Double tax relief

Champ, Hamish; Dunham, Robin; Irvine, Julia; Maddalena, Christina; Meek, Vicky
January 1997
Accountancy;Jan1997, Vol. 119 Issue 1241, p89
Trade Publication
The article reports that Great Britain-based companies will be prevented from using schemes involving overseas companies to reduce their tax liabilities. The schemes are used to claim credit for foreign tax paid by an unconnected overseas companies to reduce the tax liabilities of British corporations.


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