Posted by Sarah Russell on June 25, 2018
The TCJA has changed the game as it comes to international tax planning and taxpayers should be meeting with international tax advisors to ensure they understand the new rules. Both GILTI and FDII need to calculated and reviewed annually.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on June 21, 2018
Drafted in 1992, the NAFTA document was designed to define the rules of commerce between Mexico, Canada and the United States.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on June 13, 2018
Rob Dutkiewicz, president of Clayton & McKervey, has joined the North America Board of Directors of PrimeGlobal, one of the five largest associations of independent accounting firms in the world.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on June 11, 2018
I am pleased to share the accomplishments from our China service team, from how they serve our clients to providing up-to-date information on the accounting, tax, and business needs of the China market.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on June 6, 2018
Alex Martin chatted about what you need to know on tax reform and transfer pricing with Accounting Today!
Posted by Sue Tuson on May 15, 2018
The US Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has issued a mandatory survey of select services and intellectual property transactions with foreign persons.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on May 10, 2018
Well, we just finished another successful busy season. As our former president, Don Clayton used to say, “the crops are in the field and everyone is working on the harvest”. This is a pretty good analogy to what the busy season is like.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on May 7, 2018
Clayton & McKervey is pleased to announce that shareholder Margaret Amsden, CPA, has been selected for inclusion in the Crain’s Detroit Business inaugural Notable Women in Finance list.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on May 1, 2018
Shareholder Margaret Amsden was invited to participate in a panel discussion about tax reform with Steve Hood, host of Detroit Wants 2 Know on …
Posted by Sue Tuson on April 24, 2018
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created a deduction for Foreign-Derived Intangible Income (FDII). The name of this deduction is misleading, it is actually a deduction against qualifying export income after a routine rate of return.