Navigating the complexities of international tax and accounting is a challenge to companies of all sizes. Globalization is both rich with opportunities and fraught with risk. Operating in multiple jurisdictions affords you opportunities to improve cash flows, reduce costs, and maximize profits. At the same time, the web of tax laws and regulatory requirements demands skillful and expert advice. We can you help navigate the hot topics surrounding international compliance such as Foreign-derived Intangible Income (FDII), Global Intangible Low-taxed Income (GILTI), and Foreign Bank Account Reports (FBARs).
The Elliott Davis international tax team works with multinational companies to navigate the complexities and take advantage of the global marketplace through consulting and compliance assistance.
Compliance and Reporting
Repatriation of earnings and foreign tax credits
Reporting and disclosure rules
Cross-border Employment Consulting
Planning for inbound & outbound executives
Mergers and Acquisition
Due diligence and on expansion opportunities
Planning for asset transfers between U.S. and foreign companies
Planning and Tax Optimization
Choice of entities
Permanent establishment rules
Interest Charge – Domestic International Sales Corporation (IC-DISC)
Strategies for repatriating income
Tax treaty application
Doing Business in the U.S.
Moore North America has prepared a downloadable resource for international businesses seeking to conduct business in the United States. In addition to background information on the U.S., this booklet includes relevant information about business operations and taxation matters. This guide will assist organizations that are considering establishing a business in the U.S., either as a separated entity or as a subsidiary of an existing foreign company. It will also be helpful to anyone who is planning to work or live permanently in the U.S.