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US Corporate Tax 

US Corporate Tax Services can help organisations achieve tax efficiency in their US inbound and outbound operations on transactions involving the US. With a global perspective and local expertise, our professionals provide practical tax advice on establishing new ventures, structuring overseas transactions, and maintaining compliance with tax regulations.

Our US tax professionals can assist clients in building global competitive advantage through tax-effective structuring of their international business operations. Our capabilities are further enhanced by access to tax resources in over 140 countries worldwide among KPMG's member firms.

 

The specialist group provides US taxation advice in the following areas:

 

    Mergers and Acquisitions Structuring
    Tax Due Diligence
    Funds (Investment, Private Equity, Sovereign Wealth)
    Capital Markets
    Corporate and Business Tax Compliance

 

 

Companies at every stage of global growth can benefit from our experience. KPMG provides valuable assistance to companies that are:

 

    Establishing new US operations or joint ventures with US partners
    Creating distribution networks or brand through foreign subsidiaries
    Manufacturing in the US or other countries
    Integrating global operations
Transferring tangible or intangible property
    Seeking to enter or exit foreign markets
    Investing into or disposing of investments in the United States

 

 

 

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TaxNewsFlash

Since the enactment of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) in March 2010, the IRS issued several rounds of preliminary guidance prior to the release of proposed regulations on February 8, 2012. KPMG has prepared an analysis that examines these provisions.

 

The Treasury Department and IRS released for publication in the Federal Register proposed regulations (REG-121647-10) as guidance concerning information reporting by foreign financial institutions for U.S. accounts.

 

The IRS released an advance copy of Notice 2011-53 which provides a timeline for the implementation of information reporting and withholding provisions under chapter 4 of the Code (referred to as "FATCA").