US Corporate Tax Webinar
22 August 2018
Do you know what taxes you need to pay when importing to the US?
Do you think you’re currently overpaying tax?
Do you know what US corporate tax changes could mean for you?
SAVE A SEAT at our Webinar to find out more about new US corporate tax legislation and how it affects foreign companies expanding to the US, plus US Customs & Excise Tax and US Sales Tax overview, on August 22, 2018, 09:30-10:30 EST. View in your time zone here.
- Learn the challenges of the required taxes Baltic companies must pay when conducting business in the US
- Learn the tangled web of importing foreign goods, – e-commerce shipments to the USA vs importing goods
- The complexities of Sales tax at the State level
- New US corporate tax legislation – which affects American companies with Foreign Subsidiaries and Foreign companies looking to expand into the USA. Branch office vs regular corporate entity
- When does a foreign national become a US Tax resident subject to US federal income tax
- Learn about the future of the US tax code, and how to create the most value for your company
- Take a look at liability insurance and data protection
Darlene Hart , CEO, US Tax & Financial Services Sàrl, on new US Corporate Tax laws
David Murphy, US Tax lawyer, GDLSK, on US Customs and Excise Issues
Joseph Catalano and Pablo Garciga, Funero & Co, on US Sales Tax issues
Our panelists will address all tax questions after the session.
Details on how to join the webinar will be sent closer the time to your registered email address.
Cannot attend live? All registrants will receive the materials and a recording of the webinar.
Did you Know?
Fact SevenThanks to FATCA banks must disclose their American account holders to the IRS or local tax authority.
Fact SixThe IRS is actively looking for non compliant US persons.
Fact FiveIt takes an average of 16 hours to do IRS Form 1040.
Fact FourThere are over 500 IRS tax forms.
Fact ThreeSince 1916, illegal income has been taxable.
Fact TwoUS persons must file tax returns no matter where they live and work.
Text One7 million Americans abroad
only 500,000 compliant