Foreign Tax Credits for U.S. Taxpayers: Dealing With New Restrictions
Preparing for Tough Limits on Credit Use and Repeal of 80/20 Rules
New federal act credit provisions take effect in August and January
Recording of a 110-minute CPE/CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will prepare you to promptly comply with the foreign tax credit and international tax reform aspects of the Education Jobs and Medicaid Assistance Act of 2010.
- International tax increases included in Education Jobs and Medicaid Assistance Act of 2010
- International tax extenders shifted from separate tax extender bill onto this legislation
- Prohibition against foreign tax credit-splitting
- Denial of foreign tax credits for disqualified portion of foreign tax paid on covered asset acquisition
- Separate foreign tax credit limitation on tax treaty items
- Limit on foreign taxes a U.S. shareholder is deemed to pay under Sect. 956 inclusions
- Prevention of reduction of foreign subsidiary’s earnings and profits in some Sect. 304 redemptions
- Tightening of affiliation rules for interest expense
- Repeal of 80/20 rules for interest paid and U.S. withholding
- Technical corrections to statute of limitations
- Reevaluating a U.S. company’s foreign transactions, based on new law
- Necessary refinements of tax planning that involves foreign structures and business transactions
The panel will get to the bottom line of these and other key topics:
- The various new restrictions on the use of foreign tax credits.
- The new prohibition on reducing a foreign subsidiary's earnings and profits in certain Sect. 304 redemptions.
- The toughening of the rules on allocating and apportioning interest expense from a foreign corporation.
- The repeal of the 80/20 rules for foreign-source interest and the withholding exemption on dividends.
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
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