Dutch Tax Haven to the Rock Stars

Dutch Tax Havens of the Rock Stars
A Tax Haven For Rock Stars And Starbucks To Stash Earnings – Bono, Bowie, and the Rolling Stones, not to mention Apple, Google and Microsoft keep an address in the Netherlands, which doesn’t tax profits by foreigners. What do locals say?

Holding companies for corporations like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Ikea, Starbucks and others bring 8 trillion euros to the Netherlands every year to save on taxes — legally — via “mailbox” companies created there. A single office building in Amsterdam, for instance, is the registered mailbox for more than 2,670 companies.

Europe’s Best-Kept Secret: http://tinyurl.com/cbjexbc

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