Guilty of GILTI? A New Tax for Some Expats

Guilty of GILTI? A New Tax for Some Expats

Are you guilty of GILTI? You better hope not! GILTI stands for “Global Intangible Low Taxed Income” and was enacted as part of the U.S. 2017 Tax Reform. Under GILTI, U.S. expats who own and operate businesses through foreign corporations could be forced to pay U.S. tax on their foreign corporation’sprofits, regardless of whether or not they receive a dividend!

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