International Tax Lunch

What is the International Tax Lunch?

On the second Friday of every month, HodgenLaw hosts a lunch where we present on a specific topic in International tax for an hour.

Join us via webinar to get your monthly fix of International Tax! You can even receive CE credit for participating. Contact Rachel Allen at for more information.

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Ultralunch: Section 962 – The “How To” Session

Register for this webinar to experience 2 hours of Phil Hodgen going into gruesome detail on how and when to do the Section 962 election, including how to do the tax returns.

Here’s what will be covered:

  • How GILTI is taxed. You’ll get the high-level theory stuff, plus we will follow a dollar of GILTI from Form 5471 all the way through to Form 1040 so you can see what the tax return looks like.
  • How Subpart F is taxed. Same thing: theory and gruesome line-by-line tracing of a dollar of income from the CFC all the way through to a tax liability on the shareholder’s Form 1040.
  • Dividends. This is the thing that sucks about Section 962. We will embrace the suck and follow a CFC dividend from the CFC all the way through to Form 1040.
  • Foreign tax credit. Individuals get to claim indirect foreign tax credit, just like corporations. Doesn’t it feel a bit janky to be using Form 1118 on a Form 1040? Let’s do it anyway.
  • Basis. What does all of this do to the shareholder’s basis in the shares?
  • Earnings and Profits. We will dive deep into calculating earnings and profits.

Register here.

Other information:

Recommended CPE credits: 1.5
Recommended field of study: TaxesProgram Level: Intermediate
Program prerequisites: Basic understanding of Section 962 principals
Advanced preparation: None needed

Registration can be cancelled at any time. All registrations are entitled to a full refund. Registrants who wish to cancel, or have any questions or concerns should contact Rachel Allen at

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