Category: Featured Articles

Considering a move to the US?

Considering a move to the US? Listen to our webinar on important considerations regarding moving to the United States is now available, featuring our own...

Read more

Do I Need to Pay Tax in the US on my foreign earnings or assets?

US tax residents (citizens, permanent residents, and substantial presence test aliens) are required to pay income tax on their worldwide income and non residents are...

Read more

We will be funding out US expansion with debt funding from our parent entity – are there any restrictions for claiming interest expenses as a deduction against income?

The difference between debt and equity funding Opening a United States-based corporation to expand your business can provide an excellent revenue stream and worth the...

Read more

I Want to Start a Business in the United States. What the Are Best States for business?

Expanding and diversifying your business interests in the United States is a great way to take advantage of one of the biggest markets in the...

Read more

Form 8938 for U.S. entities

Author: Jurate Gulbinas As we all start preparing for the new tax season and gathering tax documents, it’s good to review tax laws passed during...

Read more

When I move to the U.S. when do I become a tax resident? Is my U.S. visa important?

Like many countries, United States tax law is complicated, especially for non-citizens who live and/or work in the country. Expats in the United States need...

Read more

I don’t live in the US – why am I subject to US tax?

Author: Peter Harper How can the US tax me – doesn’t the tax treaty stop me from being subjected to Double Tax? In my last...

Read more

Do you have income tax return filing requirement?

Author: Jurate Gulbinas “I had no tax liability, so I did not need to file….” This is a common phrase from callers to our office. ...

Read more

When will an Australian Trust be a Grantor Trust Under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (Code)?

Author: Peter Harper In many countries outside of the U.S. discretionary forms of trusts are used as both business planning and estate planning tools because...

Read more

Are You a U.S Tax Resident?

Author: Peter Harper The U.S. imposes its income taxes on U.S. Persons[1] (i.e. U.S. tax residents) on a worldwide basis and non-residents on U.S. sourced...

Read more
1 2 3