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    Untangling the Technical: UK COVID-19 Relief: Employment Tax and Global Mobility

    April 13, 2020

    Continuing our discussion of COVID-19 relief for UK businesses, Mike Whitacre interviews Jonathan Clark, a Tax Director in Frazier & Deeter’s London office. Listen now for information on UK employment tax assistance and issues regarding global mobility. Untangling the Technical... Read More

    Global Mobility and COVID-19

    April 10, 2020

    The spread of the novel coronavirus has significantly impacted economies and daily lives all over the globe. It has also impacted global mobility programs. While most employers have implemented working from home rules where possible and governments are urging people... Read More

    Untangling the Technical

    Untangling the Technical: Alternative Sources of Capital: London Stock Exchange

    April 9, 2020

    The London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market offers a source of capital that many US companies may find attractive. In this episode of Untangling the Technical, Sean Lager talks to Rachel Carroll, President and Managing Partner of Edison, a firm... Read More

    Untangling the Technical: UK COVID-19 Relief Measures

    April 6, 2020

    The UK Government has announced relief measures to help both individuals and businesses impacted by COVID-19. In this episode, Mike Whitacre interviews Jonathan Clark, a Tax Director in Frazier & Deeter’s London office. Listen now for an overview of the... Read More

    Double Taxed on Repatriated Earnings? IRS Offers Relief

    March 12, 2020

    Corporations that have been paying the Sec. 965 repatriation tax may get further tax relief for those earnings. The IRS has determined that, in some circumstances, it may be appropriate to provide relief from double taxation when the same earnings... Read More

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    Expats Have New Path to Tax Compliance

    November 21, 2019

    It looks like the IRS wants to make peace with ex-pats who have fallen short on their U.S. tax obligations. The agency is offering new procedures for individuals who relinquished their U.S. citizenship to come into compliance with U.S. tax... Read More

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    Digital Content & Other Cloud Transactions: The International Tax Rules Are Evolving

    November 21, 2019

    The IRS is working to update 1998 rules on international transactions to reflect the current era of digital content. The proposed rules could have significant international tax implications for companies involved in cloud computing and the distribution of digital content.... Read More

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    India’s Bold Move Lowers the Corporate Tax Rate

    October 8, 2019

    In a bold move to enhance economic development, the Indian Government announced on September 20, 2019, new tax legislation to significantly reduce the corporate income tax rate for some Indian companies. In addition, the new legislation repeals the higher surcharge... Read More

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    Sins of the Father? Not Necessarily

    July 25, 2019

    Harry G.A. Seggerman, a pioneer in international investing, died in 2001, leaving an estate of $24 million dollars, with almost half of it undeclared in Swiss accounts. Seggerman never reported the foreign bank accounts during his lifetime, leaving it to... Read More

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    Proposed Regulations on Transfers by Foreign Partners

    June 21, 2019

    Partnerships Doing Business in U.S. Must Withhold Tax When Foreign Partner Leaves When Congress moved the U.S. to a modified territorial tax system, it also put in place compliance measures designed to make sure that income generated within U.S. borders... Read More

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