Part of a Baker Tilly and MHA MacIntyre Hudson U.K.-U.S. tax webinar series
Baker Tilly International independent member firms — Baker Tilly in the U.S. and MHA MacIntyre Hudson in the U.K. — actively address the needs of their clients that have cross-border business and investments. Our goal is to strengthen their financial position while enhancing their ability to stay compliant with local tax law and business regulations. To that end, our international tax specialists is hosting a series of webinars on Brexit and other tax considerations for U.S. entities doing business within the U.K.
In this presentation, Baker Tilly and MHA MacIntyre Hudson weigh the impact Brexit could have on the global business and tax landscape. Our international tax specialists discuss:
- One year on from the referendum – a recap on the background to Brexit, both politically and tax wise
- 21 months and counting – the key tax risks of a ‘worst-case scenario’ of no deal and the impact on expats from a tax and global mobility perspective
- The key concerns and opportunities for U.S. businesses operating in the U.K.
- U.S. reaction to Brexit and what it means for future inbound investment into the U.K.
- Jim Alajbegu, International Tax Partner and Firm Leader of International Tax, Baker Tilly
- Patrick King, Tax Partner, MHA MacIntyre Hudson
- Chris Denning, Tax Partner, MHA MacIntyre Hudson
For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly international tax specialists can help, contact our team.
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