Cross-border business? Moving to the US? We take care of your US tax questions and returns.
Structuring investment into the United States entails a number of considerations, and can be tricky.
Because of the high US taxes and withholding taxes that usually apply to returns on inbound investment, structures need to take advantage of US domestic opportunities that permit lower US tax.
Bank accounts in countries outside the US can cause headaches when owned by US taxpayers. While owning foreign accounts has always entailed a reporting headache for US taxpayers, …
Most green card holders and new entrants to the US become victims of the harsh US tax and disclosure rules that apply to non-US bank accounts, investments, structures and income. Reading this book early in the immigration process will help avoid the unnecessary cost and unpleasantness of falling foul of these rules.
Of all non-US entities, foreign trusts require the most careful consideration due to the US tax consequences attaching to foreign trust transactions, and the highly specific US disclosure requirements in many situations, including where a foreign trust has one or more US beneficiaries, or is funded by US taxpayers.
Non-US entities require highly specific US tax treatment in many situations, including cases where they conduct business in the US; own US entities; are owned by US taxpayers; are…