Paul L. Caron

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Corporate Inversions Increase U.S. Tax Revenues

Rita Nevada (Northwestern) & Thomas Z. Lys (Northwestern), The Paradoxical Impact of Corporate Inversions on US Tax Revenue:

Do corporate inversions cost the US Treasury billions of dollars in tax revenue, justifying legislative responses and even strong-arming corporations from moving their tax domicile abroad? We show that corporate inversions not only do not appear to reduce, but, paradoxically, are even likely to increase tax collections by the US Treasury.

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