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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,
International, Tax
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

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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Greetings from Berlin

Recently, I traveled to Berlin to meet with several German high-tech/start-up companies looking to establish or expand their U.S. presence. The city boasts

Postcard from Warsaw

Last week, I attended the EMEA (European, Middle East and Africa) regional meeting of PrimeGlobal in Warsaw, Poland. The conference included approximately

House Republicans Release Tax Reform Blueprint

On June 24, G.O.P. members of the House of Representatives released their "A Better Way, Our Vision for a Confident America" blueprint to reform

IRS Issues Practice Unit on Grants to Nonresident Aliens

On June 14, 2016, the IRS released their newest Practice Unit, outlining guidance on the payment of grants or scholarships to Nonresident Aliens, or “NRAs.”

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Brexit Thoughts for CPAs and CPA Exam Candidates

So the vote is in and the United Kingdom (UK) has voted to exit the European Union (EU). So why is this important to CPAs and CPA exam candidates? The

1042 Woes: Resolution in Sight

After months of waiting for their tax refunds, international students may finally be able to breathe a sigh of relief. The National Association of College

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