Despite a 2004 law designed to prevent U.S. companies from fleeing the U.S. tax system to avoid taxes, companies continue to find tax benefits by reincorporating overseas. For example, when Actavis Inc. changed its incorporation to Ireland, the New Jersey-based drugmaker helped its CEO avoid the U.S.’s restrictive laws by giving him more than $40 million worth of stock at least three years ahead of schedule and also promising him an additional $5 million to remain with the company. For more, click here.