Please note: This is an analysis and review of the book and not the original book.
If you have been on top of the news as of late you would have heard of the various scandals and exposes of the rich and powerful sheltering their money in offshore tax havens.
Tax havens are a very popular way for those who have the means to hide their assets from taxation as well as other legal proceedings. This practice although not technically illegal in many cases still shields money away from national treasuries thus effectively taking it out of circulation.
In this review of The Hidden Wealth of Nations by Gabriel Zucman, we will analyze, discuss, and summarize the book's key points. With that said, let us proceed.
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