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Navigating The Complex World Of International Tax Planning

alliantNational’s team of tax professionals will use proactive, forward-thinking strategies to help minimize international tax and maximize available foreign tax credits. Our team can help you plan for intellectual property, support positions taken on tax returns, guide you through global effective tax-rate planning and foreign tax credit management.
The time to act is now, and alliantNational can help defend your interests with:

International Tax Liability

There are many good reasons why an American company would spread its business, its assets, and its operations abroad. Companies that have international clients may want to build up operations in the areas where their clients are. Companies may be importing supplies and raw materials and they may want to move operations closer to the source of these materials to reduce overhead. To encourage foreign businesses to set up shop, many countries offer favorable tax incentives for companies that are willing to bring in business.
American companies that derive income from abroad do incur tax liabilities here in the states and international tax concerns can be extremely complicated. It can be confusing getting a handle on the tax implications when multiple jurisdictions are involved. There are complex rules and ever changing regulations that need to be navigated and a mistake can be costly

International Taxation And The IRS

The IRS’s primary concern is always that it gets its share of income. The IRS does take certain factors relating to foreign-source income in calculating a company’s domestic liabilities. Some of the factors that the IRS considers in calculating tax liability includes:
The IRS is particularly wary of companies that are attempting to shift income in a foreign country so that they can reduce the amount of profit they have to report to the IRS. A lower tax base means a lower tax liability and the IRS will litigate to ensure it receives what it believes it is entitled to.

IRS International Tax Penalties

The IRS will penalize companies that do not report or disclose foreign accounts and assets. This includes the following penalty types:

We’ll Get You Compliant

If you or your client wants to protect their CIC, the time to become compliant is now.
alliantNational’s team of experts helps with:

We’ll Be Your Defense

Already under audit? alliantNational will help you or your client avoid consequences the IRS are making consistently more severe, including understatement and negligence penalties, as well as the potential unwinding of the captive formation and subsequent loss of benefits.
Thre time to act is now, and alliantNational can help defend your interests with:
“The nature of tax controversy here in the U.S. can be complicated enough. Adding another layer of international activity makes it that much more complex, and here at alliantNational we are ready to help you take on the challenge. businesses through that daunting process is so rewarding.”

- Steven Miller

Former IRS Commissioner;
alliantgroup Vice Chairman