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Federal Tax ADVISORY: Taxpayer Wish List

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The Treasury is open for business to change tax rules to ease your compliance burdens. Our Federal Tax Group points out a few regulations that could use some updating. Reduce red tape Regulations can ease the burden What's on your list? Read the full advisory here. [...]Read more

International Tax ADVISORY: Tax Court Déjà Vu – IRS Tried, and Failed, to Overturn Veritas

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Unsurprisingly, the IRS got the same result by trying the same thing. Our International Tax Group analyzes the agency's latest effort to use a discounted cash flow analysis to audit a cost-sharing agreement. The difference between #255 million and $3.6 billion Using the comparable uncontrolled transaction method Applying the 2011 cost-sharing regulations Read the full advisory by clicking here. [...]Read more

International Tax ADVISORY – IRS Issues Draft Form and Instructions for Country-by-Country Reports

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Ultimate parents of U.S. multinational enterprises now have instructions for Form 8975, the U.S. Country-by-Country Report. Our International Tax Group reviews what U.S. MNEs must do to comply with new U.S. filings requirements, as well as procedures for voluntary early filing intended to satisfy BEPS-related Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development guidance in other jurisdictions. Fixing the reporting mismatch Revenue Procedure 2017-23 The form and instructions Read the full International Tax Advisory here. [...]Read more

Federal Tax ADVISORY: A Niche Tax: The Firearms Taxes

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Our Federal Tax Group offers a rundown of the sometimes confusing laws governing firearms taxes not administered by the IRS.

  • Manufacturers excise tax
  • National Firearms Act taxes
  • Gun Control Act fees

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International Tax ADVISORY: Section 721(c) Partnership Regulations Arrive Just in Time

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On January 18, 2017, the IRS issued temporary and proposed regulations (T.D. 9814) under section 721(c) to address transfers of appreciated property by U.S. persons to partnerships with related foreign partners. With some alterations, these regulations deliver on guidance announced in Notice 2015-54, released in August 2015 (see our prior coverage of Notice 2015-54 here). The regulations incorporate a number of taxpayer-friendly updates in response to comments on the Notice. The prospect of further direction in this area, however, including guidance under Sections 482 and 6662 as described in the [...]Read more

International Tax Advisory: The PFIC Regulations Get a Facelift

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Our International Tax Group discusses the new rules found in Treasury’s final regulations on passive foreign investment companies.

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Killing the Killer B: The Treasury and IRS Issue a Sixth Set of Rules on Killer B Transactions

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The Treasury looks to slay Killer B transactions with its newest rules. Our International Tax Group follows the trail of glitches in the regulation.

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International Tax Advisory: Back to School: Recent Cases Offer Lessons in International Tax “Basics”

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Our International Tax Group offers a refresher course on U.S. residency start dates and double taxation with U.S. territories.

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