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International Taxation: Study Countries That Exempt Foreign-Source Income Face Compliance Risks and Burdens Similar to Those in the United States
James R. White (au)
A debate is underway about how the U.S. should tax foreign-source, corp. income. Currently, the U.S. allows domestic corp. to defer tax on the earnings of their foreign subsidiaries and also gives credits for foreign taxes paid, while most other developed countries exempt the active earnings of their multinational corp. foreign subsidiaries from domestic tax. This report describes for a group of study countries with exemption systems: (1) the rules for exempting foreign-source income; and (2) the compliance risk and taxpayer compliance burden, such as recordkeeping, of the rules. The countries selected are Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Charts and tables.
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