United States

Global growth comes via key international tax planning


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An existing RSM tax client, this U.S.-based industrial products company was looking to expand its production and brand globally, but was challenged by complex international tax structuring needs. How could the company grow the business abroad, while addressing critical concerns around base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), as well as evolving international tax laws?

The client saw an opportunity to expand its innovation and production efforts by partnering with an organization in the European Union. As a result, a research and development facility was established along with a product distribution network. The possibility for growth was exciting for the client, but tax structuring and compliance seemed like an ever-shifting challenge. Becoming a multinational company meant implementing a global tax structure that would not only address current business needs, but future expansion and changing tax laws. The structuring plan needed to be comprehensive and flexible.

Enter RSM's global tax structuring professionals. Download the case study to learn more about RSM's approach and outcomes for the client.

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