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Sue Tuson

Sue Tuson

Shareholder, International Tax

As an international tax advisor, Sue helps businesses structure their operations globally to mitigate tax costs and maximize profits.

What is your area of focus?

I work with clients on international tax solutions, working collaboratively with accounting and tax specialists around the globe through our affiliation with PrimeGlobal. I appreciate the challenges and opportunities involved with developing the types of international tax strategies which allow companies to maximize centers of profit and growth. With growing domestic competition, Clayton & McKervey has observed a definite cost/benefit for our clients doing business overseas, and capitalizing on new and developing markets. I lead a team that works directly with these types of business owners, providing recommendations on how to best structure operations globally to mitigate tax costs.

How long have you been at Clayton & McKervey?

Since 1997

What is the favorite part about your job?

I enjoy navigating the complexities of the ever-changing tax specialty, and watching businesses expand through an understanding of international tax.

Specializations

  • Structuring operations globally
  • Foreign tax credit utilization
  • Global tax rate minimization
  • International tax consulting and compliance
  • IRS and State of Michigan audit representation
  • Multistate tax planning and compliance
  • Tax treaty analysis
  • Mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations

Education

  • Master of Science in Taxation, Walsh College
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Accounting, Central Michigan University
  • U.S. International Tax Certificate, Association of International Certified Professional Accountants
  • U.S. International Tax: Core Concepts, Inbound and Outbound Transactions and Advanced Issues

US International Tax AICPA CIMAUS International Tax Inbound Outbound Transactions US International Tax Advanced Issues

Connections

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Tax Section
  • Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants
  • PrimeGlobal

Articles by Sue Tuson

Foreign Direct Investment Survey Year 2022

Another five years have slipped by and that means it is once again time to complete the BE-12, Benchmark Survey of Foreign Direct Investment in the United States. While the official forms have not been released, final rules amending existing regulations became effective October 31, 2022, describing changes to the information collected.

by Sue Tuson

New Corporate Transparency Act Reporting Requirements

Learn about the new Corporate Transparency Act reporting requirements that go into effect on January 1, 2024, including beneficial owners, company applicants, exempt entities and due dates.

by Sue Tuson

Keeping Up With Digital Taxes

To the uninitiated, selling digital products and services can seem like a much easier business model than selling physical goods. While there may be advantages to skipping inventory and warehouse needs, the digital tax landscape can be tricky to navigate. 

by Miroslav Georgiev

by Sue Tuson

Global Businesses: Navigating US Tax Rules

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.  

by Eric Lin

by Sue Tuson

Michigan SALT Cap Workaround Details

Michigan’s Governor has signed a SALT Cap Workaround to avoid the $10,000 limit on individual deductions for state and local taxes at the federal level. The rules are effective for tax years beginning on and after January 1, 2021. Learn about the key details and business considerations.

by Sue Tuson

Michigan SALT Tax News Impacts Owners

In mid-summer 2021 Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer vetoed a bill that would have provided a workaround to the current cap on the deduction for state income taxes that business owners face on pass-through income.

by Sue Tuson

Historic Global Tax Reform on the Horizon

The G-20 international forum met in July to discuss plans to create a global minimum tax of 15%. The OECD has proposed a two pillar framework designed to address the needs of a global digital economy. Review the key aspects and potential impacts of this proposed tax reform.

by Sue Tuson

New GST/HST Filing Requirements for E-Commerce in Canada

If you’re a foreign company selling goods or services online in Canada, review these new GST/HST filing requirements for e-commerce deals, expected to become law with a retroactive date of July 1, 2021.

by Sue Tuson

International Impacts of President Biden’s Tax Proposals

On May 28, 2021, the U.S. Treasury released its Fiscal Year 2022 explanation of the various proposals included in President Biden’s “Made in America” tax plan, known as the Green Book.

by Sue Tuson

COVID-19 and the Supply Chain: How to Manage the Impacts

As multinational companies see imports rising to pre-pandemic levels, they should remain vigilant about supply chain impacts including transfer pricing.

by Sue Tuson

Cross-Border Related Party Transactions: Impact of COVID-19

Learn how to protect your business against potential transfer pricing adjustments and penalties due to the global pandemic.

by Sue Tuson

Payroll Tax Deferral IRS Guidance

Learn about the recently issued guidance as it relates to President Trump's Executive Order on employee side payroll deferral.

by Sue Tuson

The Sound of Automation Podcast

Industrial automation businesses are the driving force behind Industry 4.0, and Clayton & McKervey is here to help.

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