International Business Services

INSPIRED TO GROW GLOBALLY

With the right team behind you, you'll feel confident about doing business internationally.

With the right team behind you, you'll feel confident about doing business internationally.

Worldwide connections can boost your business, and international tax professionals know it's vital to understand tax rules, regulations and markets so you stay compliant. International business professionals can streamline your processes, improve structures, provide guidance and connect you with services and resources so you're successful as you grow globally.

Eide Bailly's dedicated international tax professionals want to help you thrive. Whether you need help with inbound or outbound tax planning, transfer pricing or an IC-DISC, we’ve got you covered. And our international resources extend beyond our doors — we're an independent member firm of HLB International, so we can connect you with professionals worldwide who work and live in the markets where you do business. 

Latest Insights

April 4, 2019
Article
Transfer pricing is a proactive way to address tax concerns and minimize tax burdens for businesses operating internationally.
March 20, 2019
Infographic
If your answer to this question is yes – or you are considering doing business internationally – you probably know there are many fine details that need your attention. Some questions to ask yourself: Do you have related parties in different …
August 28, 2018
Article
Recently, more companies in the manufacturing industry are becoming involved in foreign transactions, including exporting. However, many are not aware that they can improve their cash flow and reduce their U.S. tax liability through the use of the …
May 9, 2017
Video
The HLBI Greater China Service video outlines their Global China Service, a spotlight on each member firm, and greetings from member firms.
May 9, 2017
Video
Are you exporting products overseas? Would you like to lower your taxes on exported goods? Learn how an IC-DISC can benefit your company.
January 13, 2017
Article
In an effort to deal with financial deficits, the government of New Brunswick, Canada, recently announced in their 2016 budget that the higher corporate tax rate will be increased from 12 percent to 14 percent, while the lower rate for the first CAD …

Doing Business in Multiple Countries?

If your answer to this question is yes – or you are considering doing business internationally – you probably know there are many fine details that need your attention. Some questions to ask yourself: Do you have related parties in different countries? What constitutes a related party transaction? How are you handling transfers? This infographic will provide a few insights into the intricacies of doing business in multiple countries.

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