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Whistleblower suit over Vanguard's transfer pricing could hit hard, say observers of mutual fund industry

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Whistleblower suit over Vanguard's transfer pricing could hit hard, say observers of mutual fund industry
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Whistleblower suit over Vanguard's transfer pricing could hit hard, say observers of mutual fund industry
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A former employee of Vanguard's management company files a petition in New York Supreme Court charging that the mutual fund giant has operated as an "illegal tax shelter" for nearly 40 years. David Danon worked as an in-house tax attorney for Vanguard Group Inc. until he was discharged in 2013. Danon claims that VGI violated Section 482 by providing administrative and management services "at cost" to its affiliated funds, a pricing strategy he says has not only sheltered millions in state and U.S. taxes, but given Vanguard a competitive edge in the mutual fund industry
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In: Tax management transfer pricing report. - Arlington. - Vol. 23 (2014),
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Gregory, D.W
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North America
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English
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  • transfer pricing
  • mutual fund
  • tax evasion
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