For a variety of reasons, many Americans living overseas contemplate relinquishing their citizenship. This process has a number of ramifications that warrant serious consideration. This article will focus on the tax impact of renouncing US citizenship — the US Exit Tax.
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If you are reading this article you have likely been tasked to complete the 30 Part, 8 page IRS form filled with mystifying acronyms. We feel your pain. The key takeaway is that you can save on tax and paperwork grief by completing this correctly.
As selling overseas becomes easier and staff becomes more internationally mobile, understanding foreign tax filing requirements is critical. A good place to begin is by considering the permanent establishment threshold.
Unless your business is taking advantage of the special export tax incentive known as IC-DISC (interest-charge domestic international sales corporation), you may be leaving money on the table.
US citizens and tax residents who have formed — or are considering forming — a corporation in a foreign country may be impacted by global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI). The tax implications and considerations are complex. Understanding GILTI is important for making informed decisions for yourself and your business structure.
It’s increasingly common for U.S. companies to do some portion of their business overseas. For those businesses, reporting on foreign transactions for tax purposes can become complicated. In this blog, we outline several steps to begin managing your tax reporting responsibilities.
Foreign-derived intangible income (FDII) is generated when a C Corporation serves foreign markets. This includes the sale of property, licensing intangible property, as well as [...]
If your business has — or is considering hiring — remote employees working outside the U.S., it’s important to know how that arrangement impacts employment tax. Here are three considerations to protect your business from cross-border tax complications.
When foreign businesses expand operations in the U.S., several areas must be addressed – starting with entity selection, understanding differences in American taxes vs the parent company’s home country, and more. This checklist can help.