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Marc Schwartz Participates in International Tax Talk

  Marc Schwartz was pleased to participate in the March 21, 2018 panel on international tax reform sponsored by Taylor English. Marc spoke alongside Vivian Hoard, an experienced tax litigator with Taylor English, and Iliana B. Malinov, a partner with HLB Gross Collins, P.C. Vivian moderated as Iliana and Marc  focused on the practical implications …

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The European Union’s Blacklist — Inconsistency At Work — What’s wrong with Trinidad?!

Paul and Marc have some issues with the EU’s blacklist. Internal inconsistencies and policy questions abound. This article sheds some light and questions why some jurisdictions are / are not listed. PT MLS Article – EU Blacklist Global-Tax-Weekly_March 8   Please feel free to call on Schwartz International for any of your international tax (individuals or …

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New Guidance on Forced / Deemed Repatriation Under IRC Section 965

By Marc Schwartz   So naïve of me. When will I learn? When Congress passed the December 2017 tax legislation, it created such complexity that my head still hurts. Focusing on the international provisions didn’t reduce the complexity. While I’ll get to the point in a minute, I still feel somewhat bad for the IRS. …

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How the Tax Reform Limits Your Interest Deductions

by Marc Schwartz   Prior law focused on and impacted members of international groups and some real estate investment trust (“REITs”). We’ve long had to consider whether business interest expense is deductible, but outside the REIT environment, IRC §163(j)’s earnings stripping rules generally applied in a global structure. These rules limited a corporation’s interest deductions …

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Simone Alting Educates us on Usufruct and its US Estate/Gift Tax Implications

Simone Alting brings a wealth of experience to Schwartz International. Growing up in her native Germany, she rounded out her formal education there with a law degree before coming to the US 20 years ago. With her LLM (Tax) and CPA credential, she’s an integral part of the SI’s global tax and advisory team. Please …

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SI Continues Its Global Tax Leadership

Marc Schwartz attended the latest Corporate Tax Alliance (CTA) global meeting in Berlin, Germany September 8 and 9. The annual meeting focused on practical global tax strategies and effective implementation. “It’s important to get face-to-face with our global colleagues to discuss ‘live’ issues. This helps ensure appropriate strategy implementation for our global client base, whether …

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SI Speaks on Global Tax and International Trade Reform

Marc Schwartz and Paul Tadros were honored to be invited to speak at the Georgia Society of CPA (GSCPA) annual Southeastern Accounting Show (SEAS) on August 30, 2017 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, GA. The pair spoke about possible international tax reform coming out of the US, including the potential pitfalls of the …

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