Company dividends and taxes in the UK
Lucy Chennells and
Michael Devereux ()
Fiscal Studies, 1995, vol. 16, issue 3, 1-18
The tax treatment of company dividend payments is an area where corporate taxation interacts with the personal income tax. This interaction raises some awkward issues, such as whether shareholders who are exempt from personal income tax should also be exempt from corporation tax, and if so, then how this can be achieved. The solutions adopted are often complex and certainly diverse, as witnessed by the range of different approaches used in the OECD countries, described in OECD (1991).
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