A technique where an
asset is apparently acquired for less than the normal price. This is
paid for partly in clean money and partly in dirty money. For
example, a $2M house could be acquired for $1M plus a further $1M of
dirty money outside of the transaction (‘under the table’). The
property is later sold for the full $2M which is now all clean money.
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