US income tax authorities targeting foreign companies on non-compliance

By admin - August 23, 2017

US Income Tax Authorities are currently targeting foreign businesses active in the US.

The Internal Revenue Services (IRS) are currently undertaking a campaign targeting global companies that sell products or services to the US, that do not currently file an income tax return with the IRS.  Global importers and service providers should consider reviewing their US tax exposure, in particular assessing whether they have a US permanent establishment or US trade or business (USTB). 

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