U.S. Inbound Business Tax Planning (Portfolio 6580)
This Portfolio addresses topics that are most relevant to foreign-based multinational corporations doing business in the United States.
The Bloomberg Tax Portfolio, U.S. Inbound Business Tax Planning, addresses topics that are most relevant to foreign-based multinational corporations doing business in the United States. They include a framework of U.S. inbound income taxation, state tax, formation of a U.S. business, financing U.S. operations, ownership of intangible property, and inbound acquisitions and restructurings.
Table of Contents
II. U.S. Inbound Income Taxation — A Framework
III. State Tax Considerations
IV. Formation of a U.S. Business
V. State Tax Credits and Incentives
VI. Financing U.S. Subsidiary Operations — The Fundamentals
VII. Financing U.S. Subsidiary Operations — Planning
VIII. Ownership of Intangibles
IX. Inbound M& A, Dispositions, and Restructurings
Managing Director, International Tax Services
Head of the Transfer Pricing Unit (retired PwC Partner)
Division of the OECD Center for Tax Policy and Administration
Ernst & Young LLP