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Introduction to International Taxation 4172027C
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Technological advances and the globalization of routine business transactions have created the need for even relatively small accounting practices and businesses to understand international tax issues, including sourcing of income, foreign tax credits, tax treaties and more. You'll take a look at developments related to U.S. citizens working in other countries; foreign nationals working in the United States; cross-border transfers of equipment and technology; and foreign sales and purchases.

1/22/2018
When: 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Where: Webinar/Webcast
United States
Presenter: Don Paul Cochran, JD, CPA, CFP®, CRC®
Contact: April Deneault
801-466-10879


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Curriculums:   International Business and Corporate Taxation

NASBA Credit Category:  Taxes

CPE Hours:  8

Description

Technological advances and the globalization of routine business transactions have created the need for even relatively small accounting practices and businesses to understand international tax issues, including sourcing of income, foreign tax credits, tax treaties and more. You'll take a look at developments related to U.S. citizens working in other countries; foreign nationals working in the United States; cross-border transfers of equipment and technology; and foreign sales and purchases. Build your expertise in international tax issues to meet the global needs of businesses.

Materials are provided as an ebook.



Major Subjects

  • Sourcing of income
  • Foreign tax credits
  • Foreign corporations
  • Withholding taxes
  • "Sub-part F" income
  • Transfer pricing: IRC Sec. 482
  • Tax treaties
  • Taxation of foreign persons
  • U.S. taxation of foreign transactions

Objectives

  • Recognize international tax issues.
  • Determine taxing jurisdiction for different types of income.
  • Identify reporting differences and treaty provisions that apply to common transactions.
  • Calculate taxable income of a U.S. citizen working in another country and taxable income (and tax) of a foreign national working in the United States.
  • Identify how to apportion income of a multi-national business enterprise.
  • Determine tax rules for an "effectively connected" business operations.
  • Recognize and create tax savings opportunities.

Level:  Beginning

Designed For

CPAs and financial professionals in public practice or industry.

Advanced Prep:

None.

Prerequisite

None.

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