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How to avoid benefits missteps after a foreign acquisition

July 17, 2018 Article 5 min read
Authors:
Michael Krucker
With foreign acquisitions of U.S. companies continuing apace, employee benefits can be a particular paint point if not handled correctly. Here are six ways foreign executives can keep an acquisition on track. Learn more at Employment Benefit News.

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Foreign acquisitions of U.S. companies have risen in recent years, and that trend is expected to accelerate.

Recent U.S. tax cuts should make American companies even more attractive because of higher profits from lowered corporate tax rates. However, foreign companies should be wary that these acquisitions often bring unexpected complications as a result of the complexity of U.S. employee benefits.

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