Authored by: Jim Alajbegu and Lynette Stolarzyk
Part of a Baker Tilly U.S. tax reform webinar series
U.S. tax reform is likely to address the challenges associated with corporate inversions and the worldwide tax system generally as well as the application of a border adjustment tax to speak to how U.S. taxpayers can be placed on equal footing with their foreign counterparts in an import/export context. Listen to Baker Tilly international tax specialists as they discuss the:
- Possible international components of tax reform including cash flow taxation, the territorial tax system and border adjustability
- Shift in thinking on how worldwide income is taxed away from today's U.S. tax platform and conceivable opportunities for tax deductions
- Timing of international tax reform
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