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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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Implications of Australian tax authority win in transfer pricing case

Australian court sides with government and finds that Chevron’s internal group interest expense was excessive.

United States signs first CbC competent authority agreements

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United States signs first CbC competent authority agreements

The IRS has confirmed that two country-by-country competent authority agreements have been signed, one of which was with the Netherlands.

New survey shows how funds are preparing for CRS and FATCA

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New survey shows how funds are preparing for CRS and FATCA

FATCA and CRS compliance challenges are similar but not the same. Read the RSM and HFMWeek survey report to learn more.

Treaty based residency protection only goes so far

TAX BLOG

Treaty based residency protection only goes so far

Foreign nationals who spend more than 183 days in the U.S. may face U.S. federal tax liability unless they can qualify for treaty benefits. However, while the treaty may provide protection from substantive tax liability it may not provide relief from return filing obligations.

How middle market companies can manage the transfer pricing life cycle

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How middle market companies can manage the transfer pricing life cycle

From planning to analysis to documentation to implementation, a transfer pricing guide for internationally active middle market companies.

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