Bound Volume Number

Volume IX

Document Type

Honors Capstone Project

Date of Submission

Spring 5-2016

Capstone Advisor

Susan Albring

Capstone Major

Accounting

Capstone College

Management

Audio/Visual Component

no

Keywords

income tax

Capstone Prize Winner

no

Won Capstone Funding

no

Honors Categories

Professional

Subject Categories

Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Finance and Financial Management

Abstract

As of late, many U.S. firms have made their way overseas in ways many feel are unethical. U.S. multinationals have taken note of the unimaginable domestic corporate income tax rate the United States has set for these U.S. corporations. Similar to an individual paycheck you may receive, you must pay a portion to the U.S. government in taxes. And even more similarly, you wish that you did not have to pay it either. U.S. multinationals have the same mindset, as they have found ways to avoid the corporate income tax through foreign activity strategies. Using scholarly research papers and well-renown media coverage, I was able to discover the methods used to avoid the 35% corporate income companies must pay on U.S. sourced income. Several sources have mentioned similar results about the techniques used to avoid taxes, which makes me believe that the results I have found in my paper are valid and trustworthy.

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