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Integrated tax planning and compliance

The global economy drives growth. But every market presents complex planning and compliance challenges that must be understood individually but addressed collectively. RSM offers the local knowledge and global perspective to help with a broad range of issues, including:

  • Worldwide tax minimization planning
  • Outbound and inbound structure planning
  • Foreign tax credits
  • Transfer pricing analysis and review
  • ASC 740 (FAS 109 and FIN 48)
  • IFRS and GAAP convergence
  • International assignment services for expatriates
  • International business advice and planning

Our membership in RSM International puts the proven experience and deep resources of 730 offices in more than 110 countries at your disposal to build successful cross-border strategies that benefit your company and your stakeholders.


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Tips for a successful expat assignment

Tips for a successful expat assignment

Sending employees overseas requires careful planning. Watch now for tips on successful international assignment and repatriation.

The changing landscape of transfer pricing

The changing landscape of transfer pricing

Why is a current transfer pricing study critical? Our international tax team discusses important changes. Watch now.


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IRS extends dividend equivalent withholding transition period

TAX ALERT

IRS extends dividend equivalent withholding transition period

Postponement of dividend equivalent withholding effective dates granted in late 2016 have been further extended by one year.

INSIGHT ARTICLE

New German bill combats harmful use of preferential IP regimes

As part of Germany’s efforts to implement the OECD’s BEPS Action Plan, expense deductions will be limited for payments after Dec. 31, 2017.

IRS grants FFIs additional time to renew their FATCA agreements

TAX ALERT

IRS grants FFIs additional time to renew their FATCA agreements

Foreign financial institutions that are otherwise in compliance with the terms of their agreements now have until Oct. 24, 2017 to renew.

Tax Court tosses aside IRS guidance

TAX BLOG

Tax Court tosses aside IRS guidance

The Tax Court recently ruled that the redemption of a foreign person’s interest in a U.S. partnership was neither U.S. source income, nor income effectively connected with a trade or business. As a result, the taxpayer was largely not liable for U.S. tax.

Cross-border intercompany loans trigger income inclusions

TAX ALERT

Cross-border intercompany loans trigger income inclusions

Tax Court decision illustrates the need to assess whether cross-border intercompany transactions trigger taxation of offshore earnings.

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