Should a subsidiary incur losses due to risks it assumed? Can a parent take on losses? Our International Tax Group investigates the nuances of regulations from U.S. and international agencies and offers actions multinational enterprises can take now to prepare for the tax implications of COVID-19-related disruptions.
Who bears and controls the risk?
Useful guidance from the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations
Actions to take now and in the future
Alston & Bird has formed a multidisciplinary task force to advise clients on the business [...]Read more
Yesterday, our Federal Tax Group discussed a new Revenue Procedure from the IRS that provides useful real estate mortgage investment conduit (REMIC) and investment trust safe harbors for mortgage loan payment forbearances (and related modifications).
What safe harbors are available?
Which mortgage loan forbearance programs are eligible?
How are “related modifications” treated?
Alston & Bird has formed a multidisciplinary task force to advise clients on the business and legal implications of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Read the full advisory here. [...]Read more
In case you missed it, Alston & Bird has formed a working group to advise clients on the business and legal implications of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Spanning several Alston & Bird practices – including health care, corporate governance, capital markets and securities, labor and employment, litigation, tax, and environmental – the Coronavirus Task Force can give insight and guidance to clients facing immediate questions and challenges about planning for or responding to the threat posed by the virus.
You can view out insights and events here, including the chance to register for [...]Read more