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.
There are six key issues to consider before a business expands to Mexico. It is strongly recommended to consult a tax and accounting advisor before doing business in Mexico to avoid penalties, fees and fines.
In many cases, the owners of such foreign entities are not aware of PE concepts and as a result, the entities are subject to Chinese CIT liability.
Posted by Sarah Russell on December 22, 2017
As mentioned in our last two updates recapping changes in the individual and business tax provisions, legislation passed December 20, 2017 and is expected to …
Posted by Sue Tuson on May 25, 2017
The IRS announced 13 audit campaigns last March. Included in the campaign is an effort to increase voluntary compliance for Form 1120-F Non-Filers. Form …
Posted by Sarah Russell on May 10, 2016
The United States has continually offered encouragement and support to domestic companies to promote export sales of domestically produced goods. One of the tools …
Posted by Sue Tuson on April 26, 2016
US companies doing business with Indian entities may be subject to withholding taxes at the time the customer makes the payment. Generally, withholding occurs on …
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on August 14, 2015
You may be asking: What is the buzz about Cuba? And, are there international business expansion opportunities for us? Given our focus on helping clients …
Posted by Sarah Russell on March 18, 2014
Are you a resident of the US doing business in other countries? Or perhaps your company has expanded to other countries. While that business is …
Posted by Tim Finerty on January 24, 2014
How will Mexico’s new tax laws impact your company? The Mexican government recently made significant changes to the tax laws that govern the country. The …