Designing an "ironclad" US territorial tax system will be difficult, Shay says
Addressing the National Tax Association on November 16, Harvard Law School professor Stephen Shay -- who has extensive international tax experience in both government and private practice -- warned attendees that practitioners will find ways to avoid a territorial-based corporate tax.

Shay's remarks also included a critique of the territorial tax system proposed last year by House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp, R-Mich.

For coverage of Shay's remarks, go here.
By van den Berg, David, posted on Tuesday November 20, 2012

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