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Webinar

International tax reform and its impact on U.S. business owners

The U.S. Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) and, specifically, new international tax modifications have significantly added to increased complexity when conducting global business for U.S. individuals, partnerships and corporations. With such dynamic change, what you don’t know can hurt you.

Listen as Baker Tilly international tax specialists provide an update on international tax reform and offer guidance on how individuals can identify opportunities and reduce their tax risks with global tax strategies.

The webinar also covers

  • A review of the expanded international tax compliance requirements
  • Structuring post-TCJA: controlled foreign corporation, disregarded entity or branch?
  • Lingering effects of section 965: issues including distributions and required tracking of previously taxed earnings and profits (PTEP) accounts
  • Global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI): the anti-territorial system

Baker Tilly presenters

  • Jim Alajbegu, partner and international tax firm leader
  • Lynette Stolarzyk, principal and specialty tax leader
  • Jim Lawson, firm director

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly tax specialists can help, contact our team.

The information provided here is of a general nature and is not intended to address the specific circumstances of any individual or entity. In specific circumstances, the services of a professional should be sought. Tax information, if any, contained in this communication was not intended or written to be used by any person for the purpose of avoiding penalties, nor should such information be construed as an opinion upon which any person may rely. The intended recipients of this communication and any attachments are not subject to any limitation on the disclosure of the tax treatment or tax structure of any transaction or matter that is the subject of this communication and any attachments.

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