How to use Tax Arbitrage for reducing tax burden? | Expert Talk Mr Chris Bloxham

Arbitrage is a broad term that’s used to refer to a practice or a strategy wherein individuals or companies take advantage of any existing economic, financial, or regulatory systems loopholes. Tax arbitrage is the process of using the differences in how transactions are treated for tax purposes to earn profits, or, in some cases, to reduce the burden of taxation. Chris Bloxham, a Chartered Accountant tells us how to use tax arbitrage for reducing tax burden in this exclusive coverage.

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