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Tax Rules for Businesses that Expand Beyond the U.S. (BOUS)
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Tax practitioners are often asked by their U.S.-based business clients that are considering conducting business outside the U.S. to advise them with respect to the tax consequences of such an expansion. The U.S. tax rules in this area are highly complex, and to some extent interact with the tax rules of the country to which the business is expanding and any applicable tax treaties. This program is a general overview of the tax rules that apply when U.S. businesses expand outside the US.

6/13/2017
When: Tuesday , June 13, 2017
8:00:00 AM - 10:00:00 AM
Where: Webcast/Webinar
United States
Contact: April Deneault
801-466-8022


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Tax practitioners are often asked by their U.S.-based business clients that are considering conducting business outside the U.S. to advise them with respect to the tax consequences of such an expansion.  The U.S. tax rules in this area are highly complex, and to some extent interact with the tax rules of the country to which the business is expanding and any applicable tax treaties. This program is a general overview of the tax rules that apply when U.S. businesses expand outside the US.

 

  • Choice of entity – structuring foreign operations
  • Permanent Establishment
  • Controlled Foreign Corporations and Subpart F
  • Foreign tax credits – direct and indirect credits
  • Source of Income Rules
  • Overview of U.S. reporting for international operations
  • Prepare U.S. tax practitioners to advise their clients who are considering expanding outside the United States regarding the domestic tax consequences of such an expansion

Tax practitioners advising United States businesses regarding the United States tax consequences of expanding outside the United States

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