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Tax options abound for U.S. multinationals

August 9, 2018 Article 4 min read
Bill Henson
U.S. corporations may be thrilled by the corporate tax cut approved by Congress, but there's a lot of confusion for those with overseas operations. Here are four questions to ask to get the greatest benefit from the tax code changes. Read more at

International flags

On the surface, U.S. multinational corporations say they are thrilled by the corporate tax cut approved by Congress last year. But in practice, the law has sparked more head-scratching than jubilation.

In particular, details about what will constitute the optimal tax structure for corporations with foreign subsidiaries are puzzling CFOs, accountants, and lawyers.

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