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Global strategies for architectural and engineering firms

Date:
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Time:
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. EDT
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When pursuing work abroad, you will be faced with uncertainties related to business decisions and the related tax implications.

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Architectural and engineering firms are rapidly expanding their global reach. When pursuing work abroad, you will be faced with uncertainties related to business decisions and the related tax implications.  This one-hour webinar highlights this increasingly complex environment and identifies key issues for consideration.

Our experts will highlight structuring challenges, general rules of the road and tax strategies specific to architectural and engineering firms conducting business abroad including:

  • Strategic rules of the road
  • Corporate structuring challenges centered around ownership requirements
    • Ownership by local architects
    • Joint ventures vs. wholly owned subsidiaries
  • Tax strategies
    • Deferral vs non-deferral
    • Documenting inter-company transactions
    • Expat considerations
    • China and Middle East entity selections

Presenters

  • Bill Henson, Partner, International Tax
  • Lou Longo, Partner, Global Services Management Consulting

Moderator

  • Kevin Flattery, Partner, Professional Services

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