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Is your corporate tax function keeping pace with today's complex tax environment?

A disciplined, integrated approach to corporate tax requires experienced tax professionals who understand the distinct tax concerns of corporations. We understand tax laws, tax process and tax technology and how they interact with your business strategy and operations to create effective tax results.

Our comprehensive corporate tax services are especially beneficial to corporations and tax departments that have experienced or expect to undergo transformative change, such as:

  • Leadership changes
  • Technology integrations
  • Substantial regulatory adjustments
  • Operational changes
  • Expansion into new markets or services

Success breeds complexity; we can help you simplify

Our corporate tax specialists coordinate with our federal, international, state and local, and tax technology specialists to identify and streamline effective approaches to your corporate tax concerns. These may include:


Recent insights

Additional section 163(j) final regulations released

TAX ALERT

Additional section 163(j) final regulations released

New final regulations include rules for CFCs, depreciation/amortization ‘add-back recapture’ and self-charged interest.

Qualified residential living facilities avoid interest disallowance

TAX ALERT

Qualified residential living facilities avoid interest disallowance

Revenue procedure allows treatment of qualified residential living facility operations as a section 163(j) real property trade or business.

Final regulations implement TCJA changes to section 162(m)

TAX ALERT

Final regulations implement TCJA changes to section 162(m)

The final regulations implement the amendments made to section 162(m) by the TCJA and largely mirror last year’s proposed regulations.

New German guidance on withholding tax arising from IP transactions

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New German guidance on withholding tax arising from IP transactions

German tax may apply to payments for the licensing or sale of German registered IP, even if neither party resides in Germany.

Should you move supply chains away from China?

INSIGHT ARTICLE

Should you move supply chains away from China?

China has dominated global supply chains, but with rising labor costs, a U.S.-China trade war and the COVID-19 outbreak, this may change.

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