Tag Archives: International Tax

Corporate Inversions Showing No Signs of Slowing Down

In a corporate inversion, a U.S. corporation (typically the parent of an affiliated group) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of a foreign corporation (through a merger into the foreign corporation’s U.S. subsidiary) or transfers its assets to the foreign corporation, but at the same time keeps most of its operations in the United States. Inversions … Continue Reading

Retroactive Tax Planning

Converting Subpart F Income into Qualified Dividends U.S. shareholders of foreign corporations are generally not subject to tax on the earnings of such corporations until the earnings are repatriated to the shareholders in the form of a dividend.  Moreover, when a foreign corporation is resident in a jurisdiction with which the United States has a … Continue Reading

Determining Foreigners Insolvency Exception

Can a foreign person exclude foreign-situs assets in determining insolvency exception to cancellation of indebtedness income? With the worldwide global default rate on corporate debt continuing to rise, a taxpayer’s ability to exclude cancellation of indebtedness income from gross income has become increasingly relevant.  This remains true for foreign persons who are also subject to … Continue Reading

Bloomberg BNA’s U.S. International Reporting & Compliance Seminar

On Tuesday, May 20th, I will be speaking at a seminar presented by Bloomberg BNA, entitled U.S. International Tax Reporting & Compliance. Held at the Marriot Biscayne Bay in Miami, the conference will also feature speakers from accounting firms Ernst & Young, KPMG and PwC. I will be speaking on “Computing the Gain from the … Continue Reading