US corporate taxes: myths and facts
In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed piece, Business Roundtable President John Engler discusses aspects of the US corporate tax system that influence whether US corporations choose to operate overseas and if so, whether to repatriate foreign earnings.

In this piece, Engler makes the case for the US to adopt a territorial tax system, arguing that "it would eliminate the tax barrier that discourages American companies from bringing their money home where it could be used for capital investment, R&D dividends or other ways to support economic growth."
By Engler, John, posted on Monday October 15, 2012
Competitiveness; deferral; Subpart F; CFC rules; multinational companies; repatriation; permanently reinvested earnings; territorial taxation

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