Foreign Entity Tax Returns
You may be thinking of expanding your business into the U.S., or maybe you’ve done so already. In either case, you need to be aware of how the U.S. taxes a foreign entity doing business in the U.S.
While there are many similarities between how the U.S. taxes domestic entities and foreign entities, there are also some very important differences. For example, the branch profits tax, which is an additional tax on top of the income tax. It is also important to review applicable tax treaties to determine how they impact the taxation of your foreign entity’s U.S. income. Many tax treaties, for example, reduce or eliminate the branch profits tax.
These are just samples of the tax issues you will have to consider when you operate a foreign entity in the U.S. Wouldn’t you rather be spending your time focusing on the growth and success of your company rather than worrying about taxes?
The U.S. tax code is convoluted—that’s a fact. And, violations can lead to crippling, expensive audits and crippling penalties. Additionally, tax laws are constantly changing so you need someone who is on top of the changes. Esquire Group’s international tax professionals have the expertise needed to ensure you fully comply with U.S. tax laws.
Esquire Group will review any applicable tax treaties, prepare your tax returns, and ensure they are filed accurately and timely. We will also help ensure that you are in tax compliance and remain there. And, we will focus on strategies that will allow you to remain competitive on a global scale.