US Companies Expanding Into Foreign Markets – Legal And Tax Considerations

by Chris Klug, Klug Law Office PLLC As more US companies explore opportunities to expand outside the US, international tax law becomes increasingly more important. A company planning a cross-border transaction, operation, or investment must deal with several complex US tax rules. The structure chosen will have immediate and long-term tax consequences. It will be important for the […]

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US Tax Compliance And Planning For US Executives, Entrepreneurs And Investors Living Outside The US: Part 10-B

This is the second part of the Tenth article in a series of articles on key US tax compliance and planning issues that should be considered by US executives, entrepreneurs and investors living outside the United States. The first article (Global Tax Weekly, Number 192, July 14th, 2016) provides an introduction to US taxation of […]

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US Tax Compliance And Planning For US Executives, Entrepreneurs And Investors Living Outside The US: Part 10-A

This is the first part of the tenth article in a series of articles on key US tax compliance and planning issues that should be considered by US executives, entrepreneurs and investors living outside the United States. This article will provide an introduction to US taxation of Passive Foreign Investment Com-panies. The next article will […]

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US Tax Compliance And Planning For US Executives, Entrepreneurs And Investors Living Outside The US: Part 8

This is the eighth article in a series of articles on key US tax compliance and planning issues that should be considered by US executives, entrepreneurs and investors living outside the United States. This article will discuss controlled foreign corporations, deemed income inclusion, and planning opportunities. Controlled Foreign Corporations And Subpart F Income The preceding […]

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