Foreign Personal Holding Company Income Reporting: Mastering Subpart F Inclusions and Deemed Dividend Rules
Navigating Foreign Tax Credit Passive Buckets, Look-Through Recharacterizations, and More
Recording of a 110-minute CPE webinar with Q&A
This webinar will provide tax advisers with a deep exploration of the reporting of income from and ownership of a foreign personal holding company. The panel will identify the tests for determining whether an investment qualifies as a FPHC, outline what qualifies as foreign personal holding company income (FPHCI), discuss attribution and constructive ownership rules, and offer useful tools for minimizing and reporting FPHCI.
- Identifying FPHCI through ownership and income tests
- Indirect ownership
- Ownership attribution rules
- Treaty exclusions from gross income calculations
- Reporting FPHC holdings and income
- Treatment of undistributed FPHCI
- Look-through provisions on distributions from related entities
- Calculating foreign tax credit “buckets” for FPHCI
The panel will discuss these and other important questions:
- What passive activities qualify for exclusion from FPHCI calculations?
- How do the look-through rules operate to recharacterize certain dividend payments?
- What is the reporting treatment of the sale of FPHC ownership interests?
- How do the attribution rules function in determining ownership of an FPHC interest?
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William R. Skinner
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David N. de Ruig
Fenwick & West
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