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Managing a global business: Tax structuring, compliance and planning


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As a business owner or financial executive, what should you know about tax implications associated with global expansion? For U.S. companies with operations overseas, a host of tax-related issues arise, as you oversee your growing global business. 

During this 60-minute webcast, RSM professionals will discuss specific tax considerations organizations face when entering new markets, including:

  • Structuring considerations  from a direct and indirect tax perspective
  • How the evolution of base erosion and profit shifting is changing tax structures globally
  • Key transfer pricing issues
  • Cross-border mergers and acquisitions
  • Managing global tax reporting 

We are dedicated to helping our clients address the complexities of expanding internationally. Listen to our on-demand recording, Have you considered what it takes to expand globally? for guidance.

Presenters include:

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Jerry Martin


Mitchell  Siegel


Matt Sontag


Richard Cooper

Senior Manager

Amy Valentine

Senior Manager

Following are answers to questions submitted during the "Managing a global business: Tax structuring, compliance and planning" live webcast:

Q: How often would you recommend doing a transfer pricing study?

A:  The recommended approach for a particular company hinges on the size of the company and the volume and size of its international transactions. The OECD guidelines recommend that companies conduct an annual study. However, in practice, some companies choose to conduct a study less frequently (e.g., once every three years). If a company conducts a study less frequently than every three years, it makes it very easy for a tax authority to dismiss the study as out of date. 

Check out our "Transfer pricing and international success" podcast series addressing key transfer pricing issues like planning, implementation and audits.

Q: Does a check-the-box election mean filing a Form 8832?

A:  Yes, that is correct. An entity classification election (commonly referred to as a “check-the-box election”) is made by filing Form 8832 with the IRS.

Learning objectives
By the end of this webcast, participants will have a high-level understanding of managing tax obligations for global business operations, including the impact of new indirect tax compliance and reporting requirements and the associated effects on overall business strategies.

CPE credit information
RSM US LLP is pleased to offer one CPE credit for attending this event. To qualify, you must log in to the webcast and be connected for a minimum of 50 minutes with 75 percent polling question participation to receive credit. For more information regarding administrative policies, such as refunds, cancellations and complaints, please contact us.

CPE certificates for eligible participants will be available to download and save at the end of the webcast. (RSM employees: CPE will appear on your LearningLinks transcript within 30 days.)

RSM US LLP is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

Advance preparation: None | Program level: Basic | Prerequisites: None
Delivery method: Group Internet-based | Field of study: Tax
CPE: One credit

Event details

Who should attend
Business owners, tax professionals, chief financial officers and controllers at internationally active companies

CPE credit
One CPE credit will be issued to eligible participants


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