Branch Profits Tax: Compliance and Planning from the Ground Up
Navigating the Tax Landscape for Foreign Businesses Operating in the U.S.
Recording of a 110-minute CPE webinar with Q&A
This teleconference will give tax advisors and federal tax professionals a detailed review of the branch profits tax, reported on Form 1120F. The panel will also cover other tax issues imposed on inbound activities of foreign businesses that are involved in a U.S. trade or business.
- Mechanics of the branch profits tax
- Determining taxable income
- Structuring U.S. activities
- Tax treaties
- Tax controversy
The panel will explore these and other relevant issues:
- Understanding the mechanics of the branch profits tax
- Understanding the mechanics of the branch level interest tax
- Consideration of the application of tax treaties
- Resulting impact on planning for US-inbound activities of foreign persons
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
James K. Sams
Principal, International Corporate Tax
Mr. Sams is attached to the firm's International Corporate Tax Services Practice, providing high-level technical... | Read More
Mr. Sams is attached to the firm's International Corporate Tax Services Practice, providing high-level technical assistance and tax consulting to clients on inbound and outbound tax issues. He previously served in several roles with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel.Close
Robert J. (Rob) Misey, Jr.
Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren
Mr. Misey, Jr. is chair of the firm’s International Practice. He serves with a wide range of clients involved in... | Read More
Mr. Misey, Jr. is chair of the firm’s International Practice. He serves with a wide range of clients involved in an array of industries such as manufacturing, distribution, sport and entertainment with international taxation and tax controversy matters. Licensed in California, Wisconsin, Kentucky and Washington, D.C., he is also a member of the International Fiscal Association, chair of the Tax Committee of International Section of the American Bar Association, and a member of Wisconsin Accounting Examining Board. He previously spent nine years with the IRS.Close
He is assigned to the International Corporate Services Group in the firm's Washington National Tax Practice. He... | Read More
He is assigned to the International Corporate Services Group in the firm's Washington National Tax Practice. He works with business clients on a wide range of international tax issues, including cross-border acquisitions/restructurings and dual consolidated losses.Close