While the European Union (EU) just began active enforcement of a sweeping new data privacy regime, that news generated far less visibility in the United States, largely because many people assume that their business or personal interests are not affected by the change. But reliance on that assumption could result in expensive consequences. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was approved by the EU Parliament in April after four years of substantive debate and refinements.
Andrea Fantozzi and Fernando Lopez Present at the Italy America Chamber of Commerce May 23rd, 2018. Title: U. S.
Andrea Fantozzi to Present at the Confindustria: UNITED STATES – The Benefits of Tax Reform in the US and the New Policies of American Immigration
Andrea Fantozzi, a Partner and Director at the Italian Desk in the International Department of Prager Metis CPAs, a member of Prager Metis International Group will be speaking at the 1Confindustria. He will introduce to business owners/ CFO and Controllers the opportunities for foreign entities investing in the US especially based on the latest tax reform. Dates:
Due to the shift in U. S. taxation of business income resulting from the recent U. S. tax reform efforts, the factors considered when determining the most tax-efficient structure for U.
Andrea Fantozzi, a Partner and Director at the Italian Desk in the International Department of Prager Metis CPAs, a member of Prager Metis International Group, was featured in Americay 24, in an article titled "La property tax americana: cosa c'è da sapere," — March 4th, 2018.
US International Tax Reform: Overview of New US Tax Landscape and Planning Opportunities for US and Foreign Companies
Congress bestowed a tremendous holiday gift to the global corporate community in the form of a significantly reduced U. S. corporate tax rate and full expensing of plant and equipment acquisitions that effectively lays out the red carpet to foreign companies. In addition, the tax bill’s shift to a territorial tax regime results in a virtual ban on IRS corporate taxing authority beyond the U.
The tax treatment of UK tax residents on income from US Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) continues to be a source of concern for many advisers. The short end of the stick is that providing the income always belonged to the LLC members then HMRC will allow a tax credit against UK tax for any US tax suffered. Of course it’s a bit more complicated than that and set out below is a bit more detail of the UK Supreme Court reasoning and judgment.