International Aspects of Thin Capitalization (IFA Cahiers)
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Published by Springer .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • International,
  • Taxation,
  • Business & Economics / Public Finance,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages840
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12803886M
ISBN 109041102140
ISBN 109789041102140

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Deloitte International Tax Source Contact us. 1 Mexico Taxation and Investment Investment climate. Business environment The United Mexican States or, as it is more conventionally called, “Mexico,” has a population of. Thin capitalisation rules determine how much of the interest paid on corporate debt is deductible for tax purposes. Such rules are of interest to private-equity firms, which use significant amounts of debt to finance leveraged buyouts, and in the context of strategic acquisitions, where the purchaser wishes to push debt into higher taxed.   The total debt-to-capitalization ratio is a tool that measures the total amount of outstanding company debt as a percentage of the firm’s total capitalization. The ratio is an indicator of the Author: Will Kenton. THIN CAPITALIZATION RULES * The so-called thin capitalization rules are found in subsections 18(4) to 18(8) of the Income Tax Act (Canada).1 These rules are designed to discourage a non-resident from capitalizing its Canadian corporation (“Canco”) with a disproportionate amount of debt and thereby repatriating a disproportionate amount of Canco’s profits in the form of Size: KB.