U.S. Firms Head For Tax Havens –

U.S. firms are heading to tax havens in greater numbers than in the past.  Increased regulations and tax burdens are factors considered by companies that are going public or relocating.  Bermuda and the Caymen Islands are two popular locations for American firms.

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James Sutliff

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