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  • Wide-open Wyoming wide open for offshore business

    McClatchy reporter Kevin G. Hall interviews registered agents in rugged Wyoming where the state requires virtually no ownership information for companies incorporated there. A leak of documents shows foreign nationals are using the state for the anonymity it offers. And that makes the U.S. a tax haven much like the Cayman Islands.

Wide-open Wyoming wide open for offshore business

McClatchy reporter Kevin G. Hall interviews registered agents in rugged Wyoming where the state requires virtually no ownership information for companies incorporated there. A leak of documents shows foreign nationals are using the state for the anonymity it offers. And that makes the U.S. a tax haven much like the Cayman Islands.
Marc Piscotty McClatchy DC