Doing Business in the US Part 1: Tax Perspectives for Companiesadmin February 4, 2017
Is your company traveling to the US for business development or investment opportunities? Are you currently selling your products and/or services to the US or looking to expand your operations in the US? Are you up-to-date on US federal and state tax issues for both your company and your employees who are traveling to the US to work on your behalf? Are your employees aware of their personal tax filing responsibilities if they are working on your behalf in the US?
Join us on February 24 for this lunch and learn as Candace Sears, Senior Manager and leader of KPMG’s New Brunswick US Tax Practice, will be discussing tax considerations for companies that are currently exporting or looking to expand their operations to the United States. Topics will include US federal and state tax issues for corporations, permanent establishment considerations, impact of the Treaty on taxation, optimizing your growth strategy, and considerations in choosing where to focus your efforts. We will expand on the issues experienced by international businesses including the export of services and products through traditional avenues, cloud, and web-enabled delivery models.
We will follow up this session with an employee-focused session on April 5. More details on that session will follow shortly.