How companies move their headquarters to avoid tax burdens

How companies move their headquarters to avoid tax burdens
How companies move their headquarters to avoid tax burdens

How companies move their headquarters to avoid tax burdens

The regime of tax inversion allows U.S. companies to, essentially on paper, move their headquarters abroad to reduce U.S. tax burdens. The practice moved into the spotlight when Walgreens contemplated a move to Europe. Mider has been writing on the tax inversion scheme for years and will give us some background and context. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)