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September 2020 International Tax Lunch: Section 962 – Should I be Taxed as Corporation?

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September 14, 2020 - Rachel Allen

September 2020 International Tax Lunch: Section 962 – Should I be Taxed as Corporation?

Section 962 – Should I be Taxed as Corporation?

The new international tax rules now make most foreign corporation income immediately taxable to U.S. shareholders (via the Subpart F and GILTI rules). Section 962 gives individual taxpayers an election to be taxed on Subpart F income and GILTI at corporate tax rates (21%) rather than individual tax rates (as high as 37%). Should individual shareholders make this election? (Hint: the election’s consequences are not all rainbows and unicorns.)

Presenter: Phil Hodgen

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August 21, 2020 - Rachel Allen

August 2020 International Tax Lunch: Guide to Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income

Guide to Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income

U.S. shareholders of foreign corporations have a new pass-through income category to contend with: GILTI. Except for capital-intensive companies, this has the effect of making foreign operating income immediately taxable to U.S. shareholders. This session explores the new rules. What is GILTI? How will it affect U.S. shareholders? What countermeasures are available?

Presenter: Phil Hodgen

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June 26, 2020 - Rachel Allen

June 2020 International Tax Lunch: Choice of Entity for Foreign Businesses

Choice of Entity for Foreign Businesses: Three Common Corporate Structures

American entrepreneurs abroad face brutally complex U.S. international tax rules. These rules add complexity, tax liability, and expense to the entrepreneur’s life. This session will walk you through all of the major holding structures choices available to an American entrepreneur abroad. We will explore the expected U.S. tax cost as well as the paperwork load for each structure.

Presenter: Phil Hodgen

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June 17, 2020 - Rachel Allen

May 2020 International Tax Lunch: Form 5471 – Categories & Attribution Rules

Form 5471 – Categories & Attribution Rules

U.S. shareholders of foreign corporations must file Form 5471. But how do you know how much stock you own, and indeed if you are even an “owner”? The constructive ownership rules and attribution rules for Form 5471 are complicated, and getting this wrong might mean that you miss a filing requirement. Learn which rules to apply for different categories of Form 5471 filing requirements. Learn how to apply IRC §§318, 6038, and 6046 to find your answers.

Presenter: Phil Hodgen

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April 17, 2020 - Rachel Allen

April 2020 International Tax Lunch: Foreign Earned Income Exclusion

Foreign Earned Income Exclusion And How To Prepare Form 2555

The Foreign Earned Income Exclusion and related housing deduction/exclusion are a way for Americans abroad to reduce or eliminate their U.S. income tax liability. Qualifying for these benefits, however, is complex and understanding what may be excluded is not always clear. Learn how to determine whether an individual will qualify for the exclusion and how to prepare Form 2555.

Presenter: Phil Hodgen

Materials: Dropbox

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