Good Question: Why Can Companies Use Tax Inversion?Burger King's stock jumped 21 percent Monday on the news the company is in talks to merge with Canadian-based Tim Horton's. The move is called tax inversion, a change in the location of its headquarters that would let the fast-food company pay fewer taxes in the U.S.

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