Income Tax Treaties: How Cross-Border Companies Use Them to Reduce Taxes

U.S. businesses that expand internationally must address a variety of tax-related implications. Understand key terms and considerations about income tax treaties.

2024-06-14T12:52:01-04:00June 14, 2024|Categories: Tax: International, Tax: Business|Tags: |

U.S. Income Tax Treaties: Tax Relief for Individuals

The U.S has more than 60 tax treaties with foreign countries who are trading partners. Tax treaties can benefit individuals by clarifying their tax obligations, reducing tax burdens, and simplifying cross-border economic activities.

2024-06-04T07:40:24-04:00June 12, 2024|Categories: Tax: Individual, Tax: International|Tags: |

When a Foreign Partner Sells Interest in a US Partnership – 1446(f) Withholdings

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) spurred transformative change for tax treatment and introduced IRC 1446(f) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). This article addresses Section 1446(f) withholdings and outlines exceptions to this withholding that are available.

2024-06-03T10:22:31-04:00May 28, 2024|Categories: Tax: International|Tags: |

The Journey to 2025 Tax Reform Begins

House Ways & Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) and House Tax Subcommittee Chairman Mike Kelly (R-PA) recently announced the formation of 10 "Committee Tax Teams". Each team will address key tax provisions from the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that are set to expire in 2025 and identify legislative solutions.

2024-05-02T16:10:02-04:00April 30, 2024|Categories: Tax: Individual, Tax: International|Tags: , |
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