Crisis Communications Burger King/Tim Horton’s merger plan brings ‘tax inversion’ to the fore The practice of U.S. companies merging with companies in other countries to secure lower tax rates is more visible than ever thanks to talks of a fast-food deal. By Matt WilsonAug. 26, 2014 SHARE Ragan Insider Premium Content Now Burger King is trying to duck US taxes by merging with Canadian company? When will Congress put a stop to this? http://t.co/774K2VGtot — Steven Rattner (@SteveRattner) August 25, 2014 To read the full story, log in. Become a Ragan Insider member to read this article and all other archived content. Sign up today Already a member? Log in here. Learn more about Ragan Insider.