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Chief financial officers and tax directors of multinationals are operating in an environment of intense scrutiny and challenge. Transactions, inter-company pricing, supply chains, structuring and funding are increasingly under the spotlight. More than ever, executives are looking to align their global tax position with their overall business strategy, to be competitive and provide value to shareholders.
Our integrated global network of international tax professionals helps you manage your business tax burden by uncovering opportunities, managing global tax risks and meeting cross-border reporting obligations. Our market-leading global tax desk network — a co-located team of highly experienced professionals from multiple countries — has revolutionized the way we provide international tax services.
Using multidisciplinary teams we work with you to manage global operational changes and transactions, capitalization and repatriation issues, transfer pricing and tax efficient supply chain management – from forward planning, through reporting, to maintaining effective relationships with the tax authorities. Our talented people draw on their global insights and perspectives to help you build proactive and integrated global tax strategies that address the tax risks of today’s businesses and help achieve sustainable growth. It’s how EY makes a difference.
IRS concludes that contingent debt instruments issued referencing portfolio shares are part of a straddle under Section 1092 and related interest expense must be capitalized.
The United States and Poland have signed a new income tax treaty, replacing the existing bilateral agreement. Take an in-depth look at the key provisions.
We address the new international anti deferral provisions in the Cut Unjustified Tax Loopholes Bill Act and summarize other international tax provisions in previous bills.
This report highlights key principles that underlie the taxation of cross-border activities, as well as the BEPS opportunities these principles may create.
In December 2012, the Internal Revenue Service revised 2012 Form 8865, Return of US Persons With Respect to Certain Foreign Partnerships and its accompanying instructions.
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Attend our webcast on 6 October to learn about potential tax changes associated with the OECD BEPS Action 1: tax challenges of the digital economy.
Americas Tax Center
The Americas Tax Center brings together more than 10,000 tax professionals, spanning 33 countries to provide borderless client service across the Americas.
How will tax impact profitability in emerging markets?
Kate Barton, Americas Vice Chair – Tax Services, explains how companies can plan up front.