75 Tax Havens and Offshore Financial Centers
The term TAX HAVEN is generally used to refer to a jurisdiction: 1) where there are no relevant taxes; 2) where taxes are levied only on internal taxable events, but not at all, or at low tax rates, on profits from foreign sources; or 3) where special tax privileges are granted to certain types of taxable persons or events. Such special tax privileges may be accorded by the domestic internal tax system or may derive from a combination of domestic and treaty provisions. Where tax benefits are part of an economic development programme the term tax incentives is usually used.
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