As both individual and business taxpayers conduct their affairs on a more global basis, CPAs have to be prepared to assist them not only with their domestic tax requirements but with their international tax needs as well. Below you will find checklists, practice guides, and more on International Individual Taxation. To view our full library of International resources please use the navigation on the left hand side of the webpage.
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- International Tax and Asset Reporting for the Small Tax Practitioner, May 10: Learn about international tax and asset-reporting forms and issues that affect many 'everyday' clients. Participants will learn about the fundamental forms and schedules that are necessary to keep clients-both businesses and individuals-compliant in an age where social ties and business interests are increasingly taking on global dimensions.
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- International Taxation - Tax Staff Essentials: This course is an overview to introduce the terminology and basic rules for the U.S. tax implication for an entity that is contemplating or already involved in global enterprise and for a foreign entity doing business in the U.S.
- U.S. Taxation of International Operations: Key Knowledge: If your organization conducts international transactions from occasional sales outside the U.S. to fully integrated foreign manufacturing and sales operations?you?ll find this book to be an invaluable resource. Features detailed coverage of inbound U.S. investment by foreign investors and businesses, including recently enacted FATCA and FBAR foreign ownership, reporting and withholding rules.