An inversion occurs when there is a merger between a U. S. domestic corporation
and a foreign corporation and the resulting corporation is a foreign corporation.
One motivation for an inversion is the opportunity for the former U. S. corporation
to avoid being taxed in the United States on income that was derived from sales
outside of the United States. Read More >
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