Form 5471 Attribution Rules: New Categories of Filers & Rev Proc 2019-40 Safe Harbors
Note: CLE credit is not offered on this program
A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A
This webinar will explain the attribution rules for stock ownership for individuals and entities and the related filing requirements of Form 5471. Our panel of international tax experts will discuss the determination of direct and indirect stock ownership that can result in unexpected filing obligations.
- Form 5471 Attribution rules: an overview
- Safe harbor rules under Revenue Procedure 2019-40
- Defining CFCs, U.S. shareholders, and U.S. persons
- IRC Section 958
- Direct and indirect stock ownership
- Unrelated and related shareholders
- Category of filers
- Attribution examples
- Applicable penalties
- New Schedule R
The panel will review these and other critical issues:
- Examining the new Form 5471 categories of filers
- Qualifying for the safe harbors under Revenue Procedure 2019-40
- Applying the Section 318(a) family attribution rules for Category 4 filers
- Determine filing requirements for categories of filers
- Decide when related & unrelated parties may have 5471 filing requirements
- Filing New Schedule R for distributions from foreign corporations
Anthony V. Diosdi
Diosdi Ching & Liu
Mr. Diosdi is an experienced trial lawyer who regularly defends individuals and corporations in matters involving tax... | Read More
Mr. Diosdi is an experienced trial lawyer who regularly defends individuals and corporations in matters involving tax controversies and government regulatory enforcement. He also has vast experience assisting clients who find themselves with unreported or undeclared bank accounts outside the U.S. Mr. Diosdi is acknowledged as one of the nation’s leading experts in contesting penalties associated with failing to file FBARs. In addition to representing clients in tax controversy matters, he advises clients on U.S. international tax matters, including tax planning with respect to their structures and transactions. In particular, Mr. Diosdi has experience advising on issues relating to tax treaties, pre-immigration planning for foreigners moving to the U.S., expatriation planning, tax planning for foreign companies doing business in the U.S., and subpart F income minimization. More recently, he has focused on helping clients navigate U.S. tax reform, including the regimes for Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income and Foreign-Derived Intangible Income, and the new limitations on foreign tax credits.Close
Michelle Rizzo, CPA, MBA
Senior Manager-International Corporate Tax
The Wolf Group
Ms. Rizzo specializes in assisting entrepreneurs and expanding multinational businesses with their international tax... | Read More
Ms. Rizzo specializes in assisting entrepreneurs and expanding multinational businesses with their international tax planning and tax preparation needs. She regularly advises clients on the tax-efficient structuring of their businesses (whether inbound to or outbound from the U.S.), proper reporting of global income and assets, and tax savings opportunities. She is a certified public accountant with more than fifteen years of professional experience in the accounting and financial services industries, including working in the international tax department of Mazars US.Close
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