Defects in foreign tax credit rules
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Keywordsforeign tax credit; net investment income tax; NIIT; general category income; passive income; foreign earned income exclusion; tax credit rules; USA; United States; rate differential portion; lower tax rates; double taxation; tax planning.;
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