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Reference no. UVA-C-2328
Published by: Darden Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2011
Version: 04 November 2011

Abstract

Students can examine how international taxation is a system of global tax rules that apply to transactions between two or more countries. They will see how, given differing tax consequences across countries, taxpayers must incorporate tax planning into their strategic decisions to avoid excessive taxation by structuring transactions to limit their additional global tax exposure while taxpayers, seeking to maximize after-tax returns, can structure transactions to chase the lowest tax consequences.

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Abstract

Students can examine how international taxation is a system of global tax rules that apply to transactions between two or more countries. They will see how, given differing tax consequences across countries, taxpayers must incorporate tax planning into their strategic decisions to avoid excessive taxation by structuring transactions to limit their additional global tax exposure while taxpayers, seeking to maximize after-tax returns, can structure transactions to chase the lowest tax consequences.

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