Royal Fortune: Tax, Money & the Monarchy

Capa
Bloomsbury, 1992 - 293 páginas
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Throughout the 20th-century while more and more people have been caught in the tax net, British monarchs have successfully lobbied to escape taxation and to accumulate investment wealth. This book takes us into the secret world of royal finances. After years of research, the author has picked his way through the smokescreens which have concealed the surprisingly recent arrangements providing the Queen with an onshore tax haven. He examines the monarch's and the government's claims that Crown Immunity legally exempts the Queen and even the Prince of Wales on his Duchy of Cornwall from taxation.

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