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Tax Reform's Impact on International Business

Tax Reform's Impact on International Business

Quick Overview
The monumental passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act results in a significant impact to international business and the global economy. This CPE course provides a comprehensive overview of the changes and guidance on how businesses can identify opportunities and reduce their tax risks with international tax strategies.

Credits - 5.50
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Author(s)

David Sites, CPA, Grant Thornton

Field(s) of study

Taxes

Level of difficulty

Intermediate

Topics discussed

Overview of International Tax Reform, Overview of Business Provision (Non-international), The International Provisions, Quasi-Territorial, Rules Related to Passive and Mobile Income, GILTI/FDII, Other Subpart F Modifications, Prevention of Base Erosion (outbound), Modification Related to FTC System, Inbound Transaction Rules, Insurance Exception to PFCI Rules, Repeal of FMV Method of Interest Apportionment, Provisions impacting foreign income of US persons/companies, Provisions impacting non-US persons investing in the United States

Objectives

Identify changes impacting international tax provisions, Identify planning considerations for US multinationals and foreign corporations doing business in the US, Identify ways to advise clients on the impact of tax reform changes, Recognize new tax planning strategies post tax reform

Designed for

CPAs, tax professionals and other qualified professionals with basic knowledge of, and interest in, international tax, Management accountants and business team members involved in corporate tax function