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Tax Treaties: Their Impact on Doing Business Abroad (MLC362A)
Navigate the Regulatory Framework of Doing Business Abroad - Tax Treaties, DTAAs Et Al.
There are many ways in which you can do business abroad - you can acquire an existing foreign company, you can establish a new division or subsidiary or you can do it by merely exporting your goods and services. However, there's some things that you must consider while doing business abroad; for instance, your corporation may be subject to double taxation. There is a possibility of complying with and establishing a taxable entity in one country or a pass-through in another country by making an election. Also, the tax credits that you pay abroad may be applied to US tax filings.
If you are operating in a low-tax country, your subsidiary may allow deferral of taxes. Besides these issues, you should also keep in mind the other concerns relating to the choice of business organizations while doing business abroad. To get more detailed information on the factors concerned with doing business with abroad, including tax treaties, join this session by our expert speaker Stuart Sobel.
Ways to do business abroad
Classification of taxpayers for U.S. tax purposes
United States income tax treaties
Competent authority assistance
Tax rates around the world
How tax treaties are developed
Three treaty models
Relief from double taxation
Incentives for investment
Limitations on benefits
How to use tax treaties in tax planning
Treaty approval process
NASBA & IRS Field of Study: Taxes
Who Should Attend
This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all personnel in:
CPAs and Enrolled Agents
Finance and Accounting Professionals
Accounting and taxation firms
Law firms dealing with tax issues
Profit businesses involved in joint ventures with nonprofit organizations
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Stuart Sobel has provided expertise in areas including tax planning, business creation, tax-exempt filing, strategic planning, charitable giving, employee benefits, and tax controversy for more than 48 years. He has worked with thousands of diverse businesses and nonprofit organizations including pu...
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