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July 8, 2016 | EKS&H International Advisory Group

IRS Issues Final Country-by-Country Reporting Regulations for Large Multinationals

The Treasury and the IRS have finalized regulations requiring country-by-country (CbC) reporting for U.S. companies that are “ultimate parent entities” of multinational enterprises (MNEs).  Read on »

June 6, 2016 | By Cheryl Fabry

Selecting Functional Currency for Your Global Company’s Financial Statements

Owners and executives are constantly seeking the most strategic operational and sales opportunities for their businesses. These choices often involve foreign markets and capital, non-domestic subsidiaries, and global... Read on »

January 11, 2016 | Kari Thiessen

Specialty Tax Services Update–Transfer Pricing

The Treasury and the IRS recently issued much-anticipated proposed regulations relating to country-by-country (CbC) reporting for U.S. companies that are the “ultimate parents” of a U.S. multinational enterprise (MNE). Read on »

December 2, 2015 | Kari Thiessen and Melissa Christopher

Transfer Pricing: An Evolving Problem

HM Revenue and Customs challenges to transfer pricing policies generated extra tax demands of £1.1 billion last year alone. Much of that came from the Large Business Service that handles many well-known multinational businesses, but over £300 million came from small and medium enterprises (SMEs). So if transfer pricing wasn't on your agenda, it should be. Read on »

October 8, 2015 | Kari Thiessen

International Tax Services Update – Outbound Transfer of Property and Transfer Pricing

The Treasury and the IRS recently issued proposed regulations in an effort to avoid preferential tax treatment on outbound transfers of foreign goodwill or going-concern value. Read on »

February 4, 2015 | Kari Thiessen and Kreg Brown

Translating Success: Essential Elements for Manufacturing Internationally

With the advancement of globalization in nearly every customer segment, American manufacturing companies often find themselves pulled into setting up shop in foreign markets.  This can be a result of (1) tapping out the US market and seeking new customers; (2) interest from potential customers in foreign countries (and a desire to eliminate resulting shipping costs or reduce delivery times); or (3) an interest in building on the success of existing non-domestic manufacturing facilities (and potential labor cost savings). Read on »

February 14, 2014 | Ken Berkeley

Top Five Tips for Global Expansion

Without wishing to state the obvious, you will need to consider the implications of exporting on every aspect of your operation and consider obtaining assistance early on to help identify any local considerations of which you may not be aware.  Read on »