U.S. GILTI Anti-Deferral Rules and Tax Compliance: Reporting Issues, Navigating Forms 5471, 8992, 8993, and 1118

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Conducted on Tuesday, November 17, 2020

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Course Materials

This CLE/CPE course will provide tax professionals with an in-depth discussion of the challenges posed to U.S. businesses that must report their global low taxed intangible income (GILTI). The panelist will discuss how GILTI is calculated and key tax GILTI reporting issues involving IRS Forms 5471, 8992, 8993 and 1118.


The U.S. imposes taxes on foreign-sourced income of U.S. businesses and individuals, including transactions between such businesses or individuals received from affiliated foreign companies. Tax reform added a new inclusion rule for controlled foreign corporation (CFC) income, the GILTI rule. Tax professionals must understand the nuances of the GILTI rules and reporting challenges.

With TCJA’s creation of the GILTI anti-deferral regime under IRC Section 951A, all tax professionals serving U.S. businesses operating abroad via CFCs must understand the nuances of the GILTI rules and the challenges they pose with regard to reporting GILTI. Since the GILTI rules are recent, sweeping, complex and are still evolving, reporting the GILTI of a U.S. business is task beset by uncertainties. Listen as this webinar’s panel provides tax professionals with guidance on how to navigate GILTI reporting issues involving Forms 5471, 8992, 8993, and 1118.

Listen as Khiem Ting, Senior Director at KPMG, provides tax professionals with guidance on the challenges of the GILTI rules. The panel will discuss calculating GILTI and the Section 250 deduction, particularly for individual taxpayers; reporting compliance; and navigating Forms 5471, 8992, 8993, and 1118. The panel will also offer tax planning tips to minimize the tax liability of taxpayers with CFC interests.



  1. Determining if a U.S. business is subject to the GILTI rules
  2. Steps in determining a U.S. business' GILTI
  3. Reporting GILTI on:
    1. Form 5471
    2. Forms 8992
    3. Form 8993
    4. Form 1118


The panelist will review these and other key issues:

  • Determining whether a taxpayer is subject to GILTI tax under Section 951A
  • Calculating GILTI on CFC income
  • Navigating tax reporting issues on Forms 5471, 8992, 8993, and 1118
  • Recognizing the reporting requirements and possible credits or deductions
  • Impact of final Section 250 regulations
  • Strategies to defer or minimize the GILTI tax


Ting, Khiem
Khiem Ting
Senior Manager / Director

Mr. Ting provides US international tax services to a broad range of clients including US and foreign multinational...  |  Read More

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