Problems of Definition of Residency for Tax Purposes: Prospects for the Development of Russian Legislation Part 2
In developed countries, special tax treatment of income of controlled foreign companies is widely used to prevent tax avoidance. The rules to this effect are aimed primarily at taxation of passive income undistributed to resident taxpayers. Several approaches can be distinguished, each of which has its advantages and disadvantages.
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