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Reserve Morris Trust

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Reserve Morris Trust is a type of tax-optimisation strategy generally used by a company to lower the overall tax by spinning-off or selling assets and skipping tax on any relevant gains. The Reverse Morris Trust allows a company to merge an entity with a subsidiary which is free from tax.

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