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Bringing Mobility to Detroit

Posted on September 13, 2022 by

Teresa Gordon leader of the global accounting team at Clayton & McKervey
We’re excited to share this news from the Detroit Regional Partnership. For companies needing help planning mobility focused expansion to the US – from the UK, Europe or Asia, there is a well-connected team to help with all aspects of foreign direct investment.  Learn more about how we can help here.

International Businesses

The Future of Global Mobility Tax

Posted on September 12, 2022 by

Teresa Gordon leader of the global accounting team at Clayton & McKervey
The global mobility landscape is changing. What began as a need to work from home during the worldwide pandemic is evolving into a “work from anywhere” trend that appears to be here to stay. Learn how this impacts the competition for talent and multi-jurisdiction tax compliance.

International Businesses

Teresa Gordon Chosen for SelectUSA Mentorship

Posted on June 24, 2022 by

Clayton & Mckervey
C&M Shareholder Teresa Gordon will be participating in SelectUSA’s Select Global Women in Tech (SGWIT) Mentorship Network.

International Businesses

Clayton & McKervey Earns Global Award

Posted on June 6, 2022 by

Clayton & Mckervey
We are excited to announce that Clayton & McKervey has been awarded Centuro Global's Tax & Accounting Firm of the Year, announced at the INT-X Awards in London, England on May 25, 2022.

International Businesses

Global Businesses: Navigating US Tax Rules

Posted on June 1, 2022 by

Eric Lin
Sue Tuson
The US has some of the most complicated tax rules around the world. Minimizing the global effective tax rate while remaining compliant is always the goal for companies doing business globally. Here are some of the easy-to-miss complexities in US tax that business owners should know.  

International Businesses

Are You Ready to Sell Your Mexican Subsidiary? 

Posted on April 19, 2022 by

Carlos Calderon
With M&A activity soaring in the U.S., we have been involved in dozens of deals involving U.S. entities with Mexican subsidiaries. These types of businesses have become more attractive to potential buyers for many reasons: China vs. U.S. commercial war, increased freight costs, shipment delays, disruption and operational limitations due to COVID-19; especially for Asian companies.

International Businesses

Russian Sanctions Complicate Banking Around the Globe

Posted on April 12, 2022 by

Sarah Russell
NATO countries have banded together to impose historic sanctions on Russia for their invasion of Ukraine in a display of strength and unity. These sanctions mean that companies currently cannot send payments to Russian banks and trying to get around this can result in significant penalties. While it may seem straightforward, these sanctions have complicated the geopolitical landscape of making international deals that extends beyond the borders of just Ukraine and Russia.  

International Businesses

US Subsidiaries: Beware of Surprise Tax

Posted on March 22, 2022 by

Rob Cheyne
Capital gains made from the sale of personal property are generally associated with the residency of the person making the sale. Foreign investors will need to understand the status of their U.S. stock to predict their tax responsibilities when making deals to avoid any surprises on their tax bills.  Capital gains made from the sale of personal property are generally associated with the residency of the person making the sale. Foreign investors will need to understand the status of their U.S. stock to predict their tax responsibilities when making deals to avoid any surprises on their tax bills.  

International Businesses

Funding US Subsidiaries: Equity vs. Debt

Posted on February 7, 2022 by

Rob Cheyne
Many start-up companies in the U.S. owned by foreign entities have trouble getting external funding in the early stages of growth. It is typical for these foreign-owned businesses to receive funding support from a parent company that will use a combination of equity and debt. It is important to understand the differences between equity vs. debt since the classification will have a direct tax impact on the tax returns of the U.S. company. 

International Businesses

Global Income Tax Treaty Basics

Posted on November 19, 2021 by

Eric Lin
Doing business globally requires knowledge of the benefits and requirements of income tax treaties between the countries on both sides of a cross-border transaction. Here is some advice to help you realize the maximum benefit from an applicable treaty and meet all related filings.

International Businesses

How to Bring Profits Home Without Any Hassle

Posted on November 10, 2021 by

Rob Cheyne
China’s strict foreign exchange control has been a common concern among many foreign investors. Understanding the common ways to repatriate profits from China and the pros and cons of each method will help foreign investors bring profits back to their home countries and avoid unpleasant surprises.

International Businesses

Manufacturing in Mexico: Standalone vs. Shelter Company

Posted on August 12, 2021 by

Carlos Calderon
Companies interested in manufacturing in Mexico have two main options for their operations. They can operate on a standalone basis or use a shelter service company. We can help you evaluate which structure is best based on your company size, needs, complexity and other important considerations.

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