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From the monthly archives: July 2018

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1970 – Bottom of the Harbour Tax Avoidance

Bottom of the harbour tax avoidance schemes involved stripping a company of its assets and leaving it with unpaid tax liabilities.

1953 – Captive Insurance Companies

A captive insurance company is where a parent group creates its own licensed insurance company to provide coverage for itself.

The Bachelor Tax of 1927

The first bachelor tax was introduced in 9 AD by emperor Augustus to encourage marriage. It was called the ‘Lex Papia Poppaea’, and apart from taxing bachelors also taxed married people with no children, and those who were celibate.