Leaders from the G7 countries concluded their annual three-day summit yesterday. A storyline involving France, the U.S., digital taxation and wine tariffs illuminates some of the most important economic issues of our time.
If you’re a business based outside the U.S. and looking to expand into that market, you’ll need to incorporate your business in a particular U.S. state. Delaware is one of the most desirable U.S. locations for both foreign and domestic businesses to incorporate. This post provides some details about the state’s advantages, and explains why your business needs to consider incorporating in Delaware without assuming it’s the best option.
The U.S. Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes the Opportunity Zones program, which offers tax incentives to businesses that invest in distressed communities. Non-U.S. entities can take advantage of the program’s tax-deferral provisions.
The European Commission has launched an investigation to examine whether Nike may have been given an unfair — and unlawful — tax advantage over its competitors in the Netherlands. We tell you the reasons for the EC's challenge and why multinationals of all sizes need to pay attention.
As its growth stalls and tariffs threaten international trade, China is turning away from the massive government stimulus programs it has implemented over the past decade and trying a more capitalist tack to spur the economy: tax cuts.
Starting in April, the UK government will tax income derived from intellectual property held by non-UK companies in low-tax jurisdictions. We explain the new rule, who has to follow it and how it reflects a global trend.
Brazil has joined the growing list of countries that have recently passed legislation requiring investors to identify their ultimate beneficial owners (UBOs) and report that information to local authorities.
This month, the OECD released a report on taxation and the digital economy. We put the report in context and summarize its high points so you know what leading authorities are saying about the subject now.
The US’s tax overhaul has serious ramifications for businesses. Here are some important considerations for all companies operating in the US.
The UK’s Autumn Budget leaves in place the UK’s low 19 percent corporate tax while vowing to tighten tax rules and crack down on online sales. This post addresses the main points of interest for corporations.
After going back and forth about international expansion for years, Lyft has decided to open its first operation abroad, in Toronto. Here’s a look at some of the challenges Lyft may face in Canada, as well as some regulatory and tax implications.
A new US tax proposal calls for significant changes in the way multinational companies are taxed, including a 20 percent corporate tax rate. Here are some important features for US-based multinationals and foreign companies operating in the US.