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    International Topics

    Tax Implications of Brexit-related Transfers of Marketing Authorisations

    June 5, 2019

    On 9 April the European Medicines Agency updated their guidance on the impact of Brexit for the pharmaceuticals sector in Europe. Understandably the main concern continues to be on the continuity of supply for existing drugs, but the guidance emphasises... Read More

    Untangling the Technical

    Untangling the Technical: Expanding to the UK – Understanding the Landscape

    May 16, 2019

    The UK is the fifth largest economy in the world, and its stated goal is to be business friendly from a tax perspective. Join two international tax experts to learn about some of the tax implications of expanding to the... Read More

    Untangling the Technical

    Untangling the Technical: Making the Jump to the US – What UK companies need to consider

    April 8, 2019

    The US is an enormous market that offers tremendous opportunity. Recent changes to the American tax code make this market even more attractive, but there are still many differences that are important to understand when considering expansion into the US.... Read More

    Untangling the Technical: Breaking Down Brexit – On the Brink

    March 21, 2019

    In less than two weeks the UK is supposed to leave the EU. Join Malcolm Joy, the Lead Partner of our London office, and Mike Whitacre, one of the leading partners in our International Tax Practice as they discuss the current status... Read More

    IRS Again Waives Repatriation Tax Penalties

    July 26, 2018

    In its third action this year, the IRS announced that it will waive additional late payment penalties for the repatriation transition tax on offshore profits. More guidance is also provided on how individuals subject to the tax make elections (see... Read More

    Untangling the Technical

    Untangling the Technical: New International Tax Law Implications

    April 30, 2018

    The complicated new rules for multi-national businesses were one of the headlines of the new tax law. In this episode, Frazier & Deeter’s International Tax guru Mike Whitacre discusses the implications for U.S. businesses with foreign earnings as well as foreign companies... Read More

    IRS Waives Estimated Tax Rules, Penalties on Deemed Repatriation

    April 24, 2018

    The IRS has rushed out yet another guidance document on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s deemed repatriation rules for offshore profits. Notice 2018-26 includes rules on penalty waivers, special elections, and the mechanics of reporting and paying the transition... Read More

    Repatriation of Corporate Profits a Priority for IRS

    March 23, 2018

    Tax Bill Guidance Continues to Focus on Repatriation In the few months since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was signed into law, the IRS has released three important items of guidance relating to the transition tax on foreign... Read More

    The Bank Is Open: IRS Tells Corporations How to Pay Tax on Offshore Profits

    February 27, 2018

    The first topic the IRS tackled in guidance regarding the new tax law is how corporate taxpayers should compute and pay the “transition tax” on the untaxed earnings of foreign subsidiaries. In exchange for the lower 21% corporate tax rate... Read More

    New Tax Law a Game-Changer for Corporations

    January 26, 2018

    Reducing the high U.S. corporate tax rate was a key driver for enacting the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), Public Law 115-97. The most significant change is the reduction in the corporate tax rate to 21% from 35% and... Read More

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