Tax havens for the super wealthy may be evasive, but not always illegal

Amy Scott Nov 6, 2017
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Tax havens for the super wealthy may be evasive, but not always illegal

Amy Scott Nov 6, 2017
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The words tax haven get thrown around a lot. And you see some of the usual suspects pop up in the Paradise Papers — the Cayman Islands, Barbados, the British Virgin Islands. But it doesn’t have to be paradise to be a good place to stash earnings you don’t want to pay taxes on at home. Some of the U.S. states may surprise you.

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