Strategizing International Tax Best Practices – by Keith Brockman

US tax developments

President Trump has announced his simplistic intentions re: tax reform, and the timing is critical although lacking in substantive detail.

Apart from a lower rate (still undecided what that will be), the notion of territoriality is reinforced, in addition to the one-time tax on foreign earnings.  The one-time tax is an important part of any legislation, as it will be used to drive the necessary revenues, apart from other provisions, for ultimate passage.

Most importantly, there is a renewed effort by the legislators to undertake discussions with business leaders to better understand the complexity of new legislation and its overall impact on US and global trade.  The proposed import / export actions have reinforced a necessity to understand the widespread impact on different industries and the future economic growth limitations.

Realizing there are many moving parts now on Capitol Hill, it is imperative to call attention to those actions that will impact, positively or negatively, a corporation’s future ability to drive economic growth and new jobs.

http://www.ey.com/Publication/vwLUAssets/Alert:_US_President_Trumps_tax_plan_calls_for_15_percent_business_rate_-_territorial_tax_system/$FILE/2017G_01993-171Gbl_US%20President%20Trumps%20tax%20plan%20calls%20for%2015%20percent%20business%20rate%20-%20territorial%20tax%20system.pdf

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