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  • Service: Tax, Advisory
  • Type: Publication series
  • Date: 8/17/2010

Tax Provisions Compel U.S. Multinationals to Review Existing Business Structures 

Recently enacted law makes significant changes to the U.S. foreign tax credit regime.

On August 10, 2010, President Obama signed legislation that includes international tax provisions that may make it more difficult for some U.S. companies to repatriate earnings of foreign subsidiaries to the United States while maintaining their existing effective tax rate.

 

The effective dates for the legislation may leave open the opportunity for some companies to take action before year-end to mitigate the near-term impact of the enacted rules.

 

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