classical system of corporation tax

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A system of taxing companies in which the company is treated as a taxable entity separate from its own shareholders. The profits of companies under this system are therefore taxed twice, first when made by the company and again when distributed to the shareholders as dividends. Compare imputation system.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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