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The company remains the most widely used vehicle for the collective investment of capital. The central role of the company in our modern liberal market economy requires special and close consideration of the taxation of it, and its members. Corporate tax integration policy has led to the introduction of the imputation system, and the technical legal rules surrounding the distribution of corporate profits are a focus of this subject. Because the imputation system confers tax benefits upon shareholders, a variety of anti-avoidance rules have been constructed to prevent the use of those benefits in tax arbitrage strategies.