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
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Nearly 70 countries have signed the OECD’s multilateral instrument – but the U.S. isn’t one of them. Our International Tax Group takes stock of how the MLI will prevent base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) and what it all means for U.S. companies.
What is the multilateral instrument?
Why didn’t the U.S. sign it?
How will it impact U.S. multinationals?
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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
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Our International Tax Group discusses the IRS’s proposed update to the qualified intermediary agreement set to expire this year.
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