Personal Holding Company Tax(redirected from Personal Holding Company Taxes)
Personal Holding Company Tax
A 15% tax added to corporate taxes in the United States on corporations in which five or fewer persons control at least half of the company's stock and at least 60% of the company's income is passive income from companies it owns. This tax is levied to discourage the existence of personal holding companies.
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