The myth of Corporate America’s offshore cash
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Unless and until they bring the money back to U.S. shores, they can avoid paying U.S. tax on it. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) It’s a common argument in the debate over corporate taxes: If the top tax rate weren’t so high, U.S. multinational companies would happily bring home the money they have parked offshore. And doing so would lead to greater investment in the U.S.
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