Month: March 2017

Free webinar on E-commerce inbound to the US

Please take a look at our free webinar on potential US taxation of foreign sellers via e-commerce, such as Amazon or Shopify. Relevant items are US trade or business, effectively connected income, protective tax return, what if you lose on audit, tax treaties, Permanent Establishment, sales / use tax, other state tax and more. It’s available only until …

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Investing in Cuba?

Teaming with Bo Jackson (no, not that Bo Jackson — the Atlanta CPA), SI’s Richard Hartnig and Marc Schwartz revisit various US tax issues related to Cuba. Last year the IRS made a few constructive changes, and we wanted to revisit those as we await the Trump Administration’s Cuba policy. See page 11 for the …

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The Proposed Border Adjustment Tax is Not a VAT

Click on the below link to see SI’s latest article on proposed US-international tax reform, written by SI’s Paul Tadros, Richard Hartnig and Marc Schwartz. The article reviews the VAT concept, dispels the notion that VAT and the proposed border adjustment tax are similar and provides additional commentary.  Border Adjustment Tax Article — Global-Tax-Weekly_March 2 (005)

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