Panama papers: pushing the tax boundaries
Just where does planning end and avoidance begin?
Tax planning has become a dirty word in some quarters.
Just ask British prime minister David Cameron. He recently bowed to public pressure, in the wake of the Panama papers scandal, to publish his personal tax records.
The furore, coupled with a broader international debate on offshore tax dodging in the wake of the Panama files, has put the spotlight on how the wealthy manage their taxes.
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