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Tax advantage? But not yet

German corporations to give many reasons why you reasons, in Luxembourg companies. Tax optimization is not it. Four examples of how companies push their tax burden.

Of Mauritius, Much and Jan Willmroth, Frankfurt/München Jan Willmroth

Jan Willmroth works as a financial correspondent of the süddeutsche Zeitung in Frankfurt am Main. Grew up in the southern Eifel, the study of Economics at the University of Cologne with a focus on energy and environmental Economics, graduate of the Cologne school of journalism. After stints at the Spiegel Online, Reuters and the business week he wrote as a freelance writer for several Newspapers and magazines, and came in 2014 to the SZ. Since then, he writes about financial and commodity markets and economic policy issues. For his work he was awarded in 2016, with the friedwart Bruckhaus prize.

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In the fall of 2003, Theo Müller has consequences enough. Of the "tax madness" he speaks in an Interview with the mirror puts: "I'm going to be expropriated, robbed, call it what you want." The reason for the wrath of the dairy-billionaire with brands such as Müller-milk and Weihenstephan, the inheritance tax of 30 per cent in Germany. He should die, would have to pay his descendants around 200 million Euro, the entrepreneur moves with his family from his home village to the southwest of Augsburg, on the lake of Zurich. There will be no inheritance ...

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