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Tax reform: Year-end planning opportunities for international businesses

December 19, 2017 Podcast 5 min listen
Authors:
Kellie Becker Randall Janiczek
Have questions about what the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act will mean for businesses operating across borders? In this podcast, our international tax experts share key year-end tax planning considerations and opportunities for international businesses.

The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act is about to be passed by Congress. The window for year-end planning is short, and businesses that operate across borders should consider several international business tax planning opportunities now.

In particular, companies doing business internationally may want to look at issues such as payments to foreign-related parties, interest expense, the so-called "inbound AMT," dividend payments by multinational corporations, and disregarded entity elections. 

Tax reform will have a major impact on the tax planning strategies of international businesses. Listen to international tax experts Kellie Becker and Randy Janiczek in this podcast, as they cover the issues our international business clients are talking about.


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