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    International Tax & Business Services

    Frazier & Deeter’s International practice helps multinational organizations address a wide variety of strategic and financial needs. We understand the complexities of managing growth and compliance across multiple jurisdictions.

    Responsive Expertise

    Frazier & Deeter’s international tax and accounting professionals, many of whom have significant Big 4 experience, are specialists who focus on assisting multinational organizations achieve their international business goals (e.g., minimizing global tax burden or pursuing expansion outside the US).Few firms offer this type of international expertise with a global professional network, while still fewer share our emphasis on investing in relationships, which is our brand promise. We take the time to get to understand our clients and their long-term goals so we can provide better support, rather than simply “checking the box.” Our approach offers the best of both worlds: top-tier talent backed by a dedication to client service.

    When you have an opportunity or a challenge that crosses borders, we’re ready to help. Call us today to get started!

    Services Offered

    • Worldwide Tax Minimization Planning
    • Global Tax Structuring & Restructuring
    • Transfer Pricing Compliance & Planning
    • Global Value Chain Tax Optimization
    • Cross-border Transaction Analysis & Review
    • Private Equity Advisory Services,
      including PFIC & CFC Analysis
    • Inbound & Outbound Business Startup
      Advisory Services
    • Trade & Customs Consulting & Compliance
    • Global Mobility
    • Indirect Tax Services (VAT, GST)
    • US International Tax Compliance
    • Foreign Financial Accounts Reporting
      (FATCA, FBAR)
    • US & Foreign Withholding Tax Optimization
    • IFRS & GAAP Convergence
    • International Business Advice & Planning



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    Untangling the Technical | UK Audit Reform

    The UK government recently issued a white paper aimed at restoring trust in audit and corporate governance. Pete Hine, Frazier & Deeter’s Lead Audit Partner in the UK, provides a perspective on the publication. In particular on ‘UK SoX’ and…

    U.S Tax Reform: Implications for Multi-National Companies

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act contained sweeping changes which impact your tax planning starting immediately. Our expert Mike Whitacre reviews these changes and how they may affect your company.

    Currency Repatriation for International Business

    Understand the legal and financial responsibilities of your global treasury function. Learn how withholdings and foreign tax credits can affect your maximum available assets.

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