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International Tax Considerations

Course Description:
International tax rules are complex and constantly changing. The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has created a variety of new international tax concerns for businesses. Addressing these concerns and planning ahead is important for compliance and success when working abroad.

The IC-DISC export incentive and transfer pricing policies are just a couple of the considerations that multinational manufacturing and distribution companies are focusing on to help them save money and remain in compliance. Join us for a session outlining these and other international tax considerations.

Learning Objectives:
 - Discuss key considerations for international businesses
 - Outline the benefits of IC-DISC and discuss who may qualify
 - Identify global transfer pricing considerations and eligibility

Jason Fritts, Senior Manager
Jason has more than 12 years of transfer pricing experience, managing both domestic and international projects related to transfers of tangible and intangible property, the provision of services and lending between related parties in multiple tax jurisdictions. He assists companies with planning and implementing intercompany pricing while helping to minimize risk and provides transfer pricing services across various industries.

Mark Griswold, CPA, Senior Manager
Mark has more than 14 years public accounting experience providing tax consulting and compliance services. He works in a variety of industries including international taxation, real estate, manufacturing and professional services. Mark also has experience in IC-DISCs, including compliance and commission calculations.

CPE Information:
CPE Credits: 1 Hour
CPE Category: Taxes
Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Internet based Group

Additional Information:
No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding refund, complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Jason McKeever at 701.476.8773.

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