The odds are stacked against corporations whose disputes with the Internal Revenue Service go all the way to the Supreme Court, a new study found.
Titled "Corporate Shams," the study by two tax scholars at U.S. universities found the government prevailed more than six times out of 10 in high court cases where it argued that corporations actively abused the Tax Code.
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