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

Join Frazier & Deeter to gain a better understanding of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act as it pertains to U.S. companies with offshore operations. The new tax law contained sweeping changes which impact your tax planning starting immediately.

Learn more about these critical tax topics for multi-national entities:

  • Required repatriation of offshore earnings
  • Base Erosion Anti-Abuse Tax (BEAT)
  • Global Intangible Low-taxed Income (GILTI)
  • Foreign Derived Intangible Income (FDII)
  • The C-corp status debate

Our tax experts will help you understand the changes and their possible implications.


Mike Whitacre, CPA – Partner, Frazier & Deeter
Mike has over 30 years of experience with auditing and taxation in public accounting providing a wide variety of services primarily to middle-market business clients in both the public and private sectors, including private equity backed entities. Mike also served in various local, national and international leadership roles with BDO, where he spent the bulk of his career prior to joining Frazier & Deeter.

Justin Johnson, JD, MBA – Manager, Frazier & Deeter
Justin brings Frazier & Deeter’s clients the benefit of his 10+ years of corporate tax experience. As an accountant with a law degree, Justin has strong technical knowledge of tax laws and regulations, as well as GAAP and IFRS accounting standards. His background includes advising multinational clients across all industries on U.S. tax reporting and withholding obligations, FATCA, OECD Common Reporting Standard requirements, international tax planning, repatriation planning, cross-border financing, treaty issues and global ETR planning and management.