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International Business Update

On March 7, Schneider Downs hosted the members of the Western Pennsylvania Global Business Forum at the Rivers Club. The Forum was founded by Mark Santo

IRS Rolls Out New Compliance Campaign

The Internal Revenue Service’s Large Business and International (LB&I) division is taking a new approach to tax compliance, with a series of

DISC Commissions not subject to IRS Recharacterization

On February16th, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the Tax Court Summa Holding, Inc. (Summa) decision which disallowed the payment of commissions

FinCEN Reminds Taxpayers of New FBAR Deadline

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has reminded taxpayers that the due date for filing Reports of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR)

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Taxation and Information Reporting for Foreign Trusts

The U.S. taxation and information reporting imposed on foreign trusts can be quite complex. A trust is the foreign trust if it is not the U.S. trust. A

Welcome Due Date Changes for Businesses and Individuals This Tax Season

Now that we are past the extended deadlines for calendar year entities, we can look forward to the changes in store for tax year 2016. The Surface Transportation

IRS Highlights Offshore Compliance Programs Achievements and Encourages Taxpayers to Enter the Programs

The IRS’s recent news release shows that the agency has passed several big milestones in moving forward with increasing compliance. Back in 2009,
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Kim Shields | 10.25.2016

What Do Infrastructure Spending, the IRS and Passports have in Common?

While America was busy planning for the holidays, on December 4, 2015, President Obama signed the five year Fixing America’s Surface Transportation

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An Apple a Day Doesn't Keep the E.U. Commission Away

In today’s global economy, taxes for multinational enterprises can get elaborate, particularly as entities operate in multiple taxing jurisdictions

When is a Debt Instrument Transformed into Equity? When the US Treasury Proposes So.

In response to the seemingly public trend of U.S. Corporate inversions and more companies looking for ways to defer paying US taxes on foreign-earned income,

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