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Integrated tax planning and compliance

The global economy drives growth. But every market presents complex planning and compliance challenges that must be understood individually but addressed collectively. RSM offers the local knowledge and global perspective to help with a broad range of issues, including:

  • Worldwide tax minimization planning
  • Outbound and inbound structure planning
  • Foreign tax credits
  • Transfer pricing analysis and review
  • ASC 740 (FAS 109 and FIN 48)
  • IFRS and GAAP convergence
  • Global employer services for expatriates
  • International business advice and planning

Our membership in RSM International puts the proven experience and deep resources of 730 offices in more than 110 countries at your disposal to build successful cross-border strategies that benefit your company and your stakeholders.


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