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What does Sec 962 mean for U.S. owners of foreign-controlled corporations (CFC)? The cornerstone of Tax Reform 2017 in the area of international taxes is the imposition of Transition t...
One time event vs annual tax Do not confuse Transition Tax with GILTI Tax: the former is a one-time event; the latter is annual tax starting from 2018 tax year. Trans...
Delaware Partnership I have the opportunity to invest in a Delaware limited partnership that will in-turn invest in a Swedish corporation (a tech startup). The DE partnership will have a minority stake in the business (I'm not sure how much) and a board seat on the Swedish ...
OVDP Ending - non-event for most expats The famed OVDP program is nearing its end on Sep 28, 2018. We at TFX have not been fans of OVDP because of the draconian penalties attached, as well as the high compliance fees (read: lawyer fees...
On Fri Aug 31, 2018, President Trump signed an executive order to review the Retirement Enhancement and Savings act of 2018 (RESA). The bill, originally proposed in 2016, was introduced to the Senate in March 2018. The aim of the Act, re...
Can you explain the transition tax on the corporation? Is it based on the revenue or the amount of cash left at the end of the year? In other words, will I have to pay next year, assuming I have very little revenue, but still money left in the corp account? Transition Tax in simple terms Transi...