Whether you live in the US or abroad, there are triggers that will require you to file a US income tax return. For individuals who
Have you ever wondered how the US international tax system works? Well prepare for the ultimate guide on how your income should be reported to
There are certain situations where people will be subject to tax on the same income twice. Who are these people? People who are residents of
Double taxation—it is an issue that faces US taxpayers who earn income in foreign countries and are required to pay tax on the same income
Have you wondered how you should report your interest in foreign businesses? Well there are many types of foreign businesses and related forms to report.
If you’ve read installments 101 – 107 of our series on US international taxation for individuals, you know that accurate reporting of all your international
Whether you operate solely in the US, across multiple borders, or exclusively outside the US, so long as you have a US tax filing requirements,
I. Overview of Inbound Tax Planning The U.S. system governing the taxation of income earned by non-U.S. persons draws a fundamental distinction in the U.S.
There are various types of entities through which businesses operate. These generally consist of corporations, general and limited partnerships, and LLCs. Each type of entity
Now that we’ve covered the basics of tax for businesses in Series 201: Tax Deadlines to Know for Businesses and Series 202: Types of Entities
Series 204: US Based Companies with Foreign (i.e. Outbound) Operations – Part 1: Anti-Deferral and US Tax Base Shifting Provisions
In addition to the issues and method of taxation covered in Series 203: US International Tax Systems for Businesses, US businesses with foreign operations (i.e.
Series 204: US Based Companies with Foreign (i.e. Outbound) Operations – Part 2: Dual Taxation Relief and Other Inventive Provisions
In Part 1 of this Series 204: US Based Companies with Foreign (i.e. Outbound) Operations, we covered the potential pitfalls out having operations abroad, namely,
As we discussed in Series 203: International Tax System for Businesses, the United States taxation of a foreign-based company is generally limited to those items
Double taxation—an issue US businesses and individuals who earn income in a foreign country and are required to pay tax on the same income in
There are two segments of international tax planning that you should be aware of—that around outbound operations (i.e. US company operating offshore) and inbound operations