• 3 Ways Tax Neutrality Positively Impacts the Lives of Ordinary Citizens

    Tax Neutrality is defined as a “provide benefits and do no harm” approach to taxation. Those benefits are numerous, but perhaps one of the most unexpected is the positive impact that Tax Neutrality has on ordinary citizens. Consider UPS delivery drivers, teachers, first responders, nurses, or aircraft engineers. Employers frequently invest the pension plans of […]

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  • The Clear Truth About Tax Neutrality and Transparency

    Large institutional investors can manage billions of dollars across different types of funds. The fact that many, in addition to multinational enterprises, domicile capital in Tax Neutral jurisdictions says a lot about the trust they put in Tax Neutrality. For example, did you know: Around 85% of the world’s hedge funds are domiciled in the […]

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  • How Tax Neutrality Creates Tax Certainty for Investors and their Clients

    Double taxation is a complex topic. With international double taxation, investors and corporations are taxed twice – by their home countries and again by the territories where their investments are made. Yet, for too many, the risk of double taxation creates a degree of unnecessary uncertainty surrounding international finance. Although many jurisdictions use double tax […]

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  • How Tax Neutrality Simplifies Taxation, Cuts Costs, and Improves ROI

    When discussing international taxation, one term that rarely comes to mind is “simplicity.” Tax Neutrality is changing that perception. To understand why, it’s important to recognize one of the key culprits behind the unnecessary complexity surrounding international finance: international double taxation. With international double taxation, corporations are taxed twice—once in their home countries and again […]

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  • Tax Neutrality and the Need for Openness and Collaboration

    When one thinks about international taxation, openness and collaboration are probably not the first words that come to mind. That’s in large part thanks to the legacy of tax havens, which have all too often resorted to obfuscation and secrecy to obscure questionable legal practices. But the world we live in today is much different […]

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  • How Tax Neutrality Protects Investors’ Rights and Investments

    When an individual or organization invests in a particular location, it’s important they ensure their rights are protected. But not all locations are equal when it comes to the high standards investors need and demand. Tax havens, for example, have inadequate law codes and judicial systems, do not meet global standards for international taxation, and […]

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  • Tax Neutrality vs. Tax Havens: What’s the Difference?

    Tax Neutrality is a misunderstood concept. All too often, it gets conflated with preferential tax regimes or tax havens. Yet Tax Neutral jurisdictions are not tax havens – and their importance cannot be overestimated. Unlike tax havens, which broker in secrecy and shady business dealings, Tax Neutral jurisdictions support the free flow of investment capital, […]

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  • Tax Neutrality’s Impact on Regional Tax Bases

    Countries and jurisdictions around the world have long sought to increase and broaden their tax bases. A narrow tax base limits a region’s reliance on revenue from a certain subset of people, or specific goods and services. If those go away, so does the revenue. Conversely, a broad tax base offers several benefits, including the […]

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  • Tax Neutrality: What it is, How it’s Different, and Why it Matters

    Tax Neutrality isn’t a household name, though perhaps it should be, given its many benefits. Indeed, Tax Neutrality tends to be erroneously associated with the secrecy and shady business dealings common in tax havens. But Tax Neutrality isn’t about hiding assets or dodging taxes; it’s about transparency and a deep commitment to high legal standards. […]

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