Putting Cayman in Context: The Truth About Onshore Taxes

Published: August 22, 2020

When taxes become the subject of dinner-table debates, there’s usually a political or macroeconomic issue below the surface. Today’s conversations about international taxation are no exception. Ever since the financial crisis, governments around the world have been exploring ways to shore up revenues, and for many, cracking down on cross-border activity by corporations and investors seems the obvious route to healthier budgets.

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