When shareholders can be taxed without earning income
In principle, a capital reduction is a return of the original investment of the shareholders of a company and should not be regarded as their income. For an investment in shares, the income earned by investors would normally be in the form of dividends, capital gains or the amount of liquidation proceeds that exceeds the cost of the investment.
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