Saul Rudo, national head of the Tax Planning practice, recently spoke with the University of Illinois College of Business magazine about the benefit of tax inversions to small investors and pensioners. The article presented both sides of the issue and Saul noted, “I think the benefits of corporate tax savings from inversions arguably work their way down to corporate shareholders.” He also said that “as long as we have an uncompetitive corporate rate, the U.S. will be vulnerable to inversions. And not just inversions but also moving people and operations overseas.” (“Can American Businesses Have It Their Way? Tax Inversions Take a Bite Out of Federal Revenues,” Fall, 2014)