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Today in Tax: U.S. Tax Treaty Updates—Chile, Croatia, and Hungary
Aug 03, 2022
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Brief commentary on recent cases, rulings, notices, and related federal tax guidance. International tax policy has been in focus for the past several years. The Organization for Economic Cooperation Development (OECD) proposals for a more harmonized...
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A Non-U.S. Company’s Guide to Doing Business in the U.S.: A Playbook for Accessing the U.S. Market
For a printable PDF version of this article, please click here. For decades, the United States (U.S.) has boasted the largest economy in the world and the largest market for imported goods. This article discusses basic strategies non-U.S. companies...
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Today in Tax: Qualifying and Keeping a Religious Organization Tax-Exempt Requires a Bona-Fide Tax-Exempt Purpose
Churches and religious organizations can both qualify as tax-exempt organizations described in Code Section 501(c)(3). In the case of churches, qualification can be achieved more simply than for a non-church. The allure of tax-exempt status can tempt...
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Today in Tax: How to Reduce Transfer Pricing Risks and Tax Penalties in Transactions with Overseas Affiliates
May 24, 2022
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Intercompany transfer pricing is an IRS enforcement priority, and can result in significant tax liabilities and higher penalties than in many other situations. Federal tax laws provide avenues to reduce or eliminate the enhanced transfer pricing pena...
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Today in Tax: Taxing Authorities Identify Problem Behaviors in NFT Markets
May 19, 2022
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Brief commentary on recent cases, rulings, notices, and related federal tax guidance. Red Flags in the NFT Market While there are many legitimate uses for cryptocurrencies and digital assets, criminals look for ways to exploit new technologies. A g...
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Today in Tax: Three Questions You Should Be Asking If You Have Overseas Affiliates
US companies often have commercial transactions with their overseas affiliates in the form of financing, supply, manufacturing, services, or other agreements. Each of these common intercompany transactions can be the cause of significant US or foreig...
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