What does US tax reform mean for foreign-owned companies?
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed on Dec. 22, 2017 yet companies are still working on how the changes in this Act will impact their organization. Foreign-owned companies have a similar thought process and questions to consider such as:
- Should I consider making some investments in the United States to take advantage of the 100 percent depreciation?
- Does my loan with my US subsidiary still make sense if the U.S. has a lower tax rate?
- Will my interest expense be limited or denied? Should I be reviewing my transfer policies?
- Is now a good time to make an expansion into the US with increased credits and incentives opportunities?
View this one-hour on-demand technical webcast to hear insights from RSM US professionals on the key areas (and questions) to consider as you look at how you take into account your current structure.
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