FOREIGN SALES CORPORATION - FSC
A defunct provision in the United States federal income tax code that allowed for reduction in taxes on income derived from sales of exported goods. The code required the use of a subsidiary entity in a foreign country which existed for the purposes of selling the exported goods. The FSC evolved from 1971 tax legislation which provided benefits for domestic international sales corporations.
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