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Changes to UK controlled foreign company legislation

UK controlled foreign company (CFC) rules are going through a period of change. The government is trying to develop EC compliant legislation that achieves the twin objectives of minimising tax leakage through avoidance, while not being perceived as a barrier to business, so allowing the UK to remain commercially competitive, explains Ross Welland, tax partner at Haines Watts.

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