The U.S. House and Senate are moving quickly on The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, with the intention of getting legislation enacted by the end of this year. On Nov. 9, the House Ways and Means Committee approved legislation with a full House vote expected this Thursday.
There are a near limitless amount of tax avoidance and tax mitigation strategies for individuals and businesses alike. Yet, for MNCs engaged in global commerce, profit shifting is one controversial tax avoidance strategy that has remained especially popular through the years.
The IC-DISC has long been a planning tool in the CPA’s toolbox for clients with significant international sales, but with recent tax law proposals, is it going away?
One of the most important building blocks for any business is selecting the correct legal and tax entity type. The choice of entity classification can make all the difference when it comes to liability protection and optimizing tax outcomes, so it’s no surprise that this decision takes on a new form when thrown into the arena of international tax.
With nearly 17 percent of the U.S. workforce made up of non-U.S. citizens (i.e, aliens), it’s safe to say that many companies face the struggle of correctly reporting the wages paid to foreign employees.
The House GOP’s June 24 tax reform report includes big changes to corporate and individual taxation. Learn about the GOP’s plans, and possible next steps.
Skoda Minotti is pleased to announce the addition of Jason W. Rauhe, CPA, to its Tax Planning & Preparation group. Rauhe will lead the International Tax Services group, providing international tax consulting, strategic tax planning and corporate tax support services.