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Keeping you ahead of international tax developments

Whether you’re a U.S. company seeking opportunities overseas, or a foreign investor in the United States, international tax compliance can be cumbersome. If you don’t have the right support, you could be putting your organization at risk for lost opportunities or hefty fines.

Our international tax specialists can assist your business with comprehensive tax planning services. We bring a range of offerings — planning for cross-border transactions, strategies to keep your global effective tax rate low, global mobility services, and IC-DISC, FDII, GILTI, and foreign tax credit planning — to help you get ahead of local, state, federal, and international tax law compliance — and stay informed.


Looking for country specific tax guidance?
From business strategy and investment, to individual and corporate taxation, it’s all available in the Praxity guides.

International Tax Thought Leadership

  • Anti-hybrid legislation could wreak havoc for U.S.-based multinationals

    U.S. taxpayers with disregarded subsidiaries may see their effective tax rates skyrocket due to global legislation on hybrid mismatch arrangements. Here’s what you need to know.

    Bill Henson Steve Schnepel Ben Cote Libby Stephens Emily Campagna
    Article December 16, 2020 3 min read
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  • 2020 year-end webinar series: Tax, accounting, and business strategy

    View our year-end on-demand webinar series and hear from industry experts as they look back at the year and help you plan for what lies ahead. 

    Webinar Dec. 1 & 3, 2020 4 hour watch
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  • Recent tax changes affecting U.S. investors in Germany and the EU

    In this webinar, tax experts will discuss international tax changes, including anti-abuse measures recently implemented in the EU, as well as how major German tax regulations changes might affect the cross-border business of U.S. taxpayers. 

    Bill Henson Lisa Roelofs
    Webinar Nov. 11, 2020 60 min watch
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  • Don’t forget transfer pricing in your year-end planning

    COVID-19 has affected so many aspects of the economy that many assumptions and benchmarks used to support transfer pricing policies may now be out of date. A review before the end of 2020 could result in savings. Here’s how. 

    Kari Thiessen Ulisses Meneses Ortiz
    Article November 10, 2020 2 min read
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Personalized service for lasting success

When it comes to working with our clients, we strive to make a personal connection. The more we understand your challenges and long-term strategic goals, the better we can help you. Our team doesn’t just look at today or the coming year — we’re focused on helping you succeed and grow for decades to come.

Our personalized approach is supported by firm-owned offices in China, India, Japan, and Mexico as well as an expansive global alliance, ensuring you have the best mix of experts in your corner. We’ll keep you abreast of international regulatory and tax reporting trends so you can focus on your business and move quickly and confidently toward new global opportunities.

International tax practice leader Kellie Becker says it best: “We’re always looking to the future and have our pulse on the latest regulatory developments around the world. I’m proud of our team’s expertise, but also the connections they keep and maintain with clients that allow us to immediately address changes and concerns.”

How can we help your business?

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