Maximize the possibilities of your US investment
Establishing, acquiring, expanding or selling a business in the United States demands that you stay on top of a rapidly changing tax and investment terrain. This is especially true in the current roller coaster global economy. The rules and regulations governing US tax are complex and require knowledge and insight at the federal, state and local levels as well as in your home country. The success of your enterprise often depends on how well you understand the choices, the restrictions that apply and the pitfalls to avoid.
As unsettling as today’s unprecedented environment may be, it does provide the opportunity to supplement your strategic US acquisitions or rationalize and modify your existing US investments. It’s time to take a closer look at maximizing all the possibilities of your US investments. You could find that profitability and asset valuation shifts may now decrease the cost of tax-effective supply chain management implementations and intangibles planning. Recent capital and credit market changes may require your tax and treasury groups to work more closely to facilitate and reduce the cost of cross-border cash movements and better manage financial risk. Overall, you may find that strategies that may have been cost-prohibitive in the past are now viable options.
EY can help. We work closely with inbound investors and multinational organizations on a wide range of international transactions and related tax matters. We understand that every business has a unique set of facts and resulting tax obligations. We take an integrated approach that addresses your needs at both the headquarters and local operations levels.
International tax planning services for inbound investors
Our multidisciplinary, multijurisdictional teams have the depth of knowledge, resources and experience to get to the heart of the issues that matter most to your business. No matter how complex your circumstances may be, we can advise you on the way forward toward reaching your full potential in the US and everywhere else you do business.