Working Abroad – Paying the U.S. Income Tax
December 3, 2016 | International Tax

Expatriates and the federal income tax Going abroad to live and work is a very exciting thing to do.  It also has tax consequences because the United States will tax your income, no matter where you live and no matter…

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Tax Consequences of Using Intellectual Property In the International Arena
September 6, 2013 | International Tax

Plan Now Or Watch Your IP Tax Costs Spiral Upward Around the globe governments in developed countries everywhere have recognized this fact:  The future is knowledge-based.  Even now little of a company’s value resides in machinery, tools, or factories.  It’s the patents…

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The Indirect Foreign Tax Credit – A Practical Guide
September 6, 2013 | International Tax

New Limitations on Using Splitting Events to Maximize Your §902 Foreign Tax Credit Can Hurt Your Business Tax credits are a wonderful thing.  They don’t just reduce your taxable income.  They offset dollar-for-dollar your U.S. tax bill.  While the foreign tax credit…

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Conducting Business Abroad – The Indirect Foreign Tax Credit
September 1, 2013 | International Tax

Section 902 of the Internal Revenue Code Can Increase Your Bottom Line If your business crosses an international border then you may already have experienced the byzantine tax complexity that arises.  Quite apart from the foreign tax obligations, because the U.S….

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Working Abroad – Easing the Burden of Double Taxation
August 24, 2013 | International Tax

The Direct Foreign Income Tax Credit So, you’ve been working abroad for a whole year and now it’s tax time.  In spite of the excitement of a new culture, the professional and monetary rewards, you now experience for the first time…

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