In the global marketplace, an ever-changing regulatory and economic climate creates challenges as well as opportunities for companies with business or activities in countries outside the U.S. Tax strategies continue to evolve for global businesses affected by numerous international tax law changes due to the 2017 US Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) as well as foreign legislative changes, including the global Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiative.
For global businesses, it is imperative that executives and owners consider the global tax impact when evaluating or implementing tax strategies. This requires a holistic approach to tax planning to ensure that another provision or jurisdiction is not adversely impacted and that the most efficient strategy prevails when considering the impact in all jurisdictions.
At Weaver, we will ensure you have a business case to make the most informed decision to meet your short, medium, and long term objectives.
Our International Tax team provides services to clients in a wide range of industries including but not limited to:
- Renewable Energy
- Private Equity
- Real Estate
- Distribution and Logistics
- Financial Services
- Retail and Consumer Products
- Health Care
To ensure our professionals are meeting the needs of our client’s global business growth, Weaver participates in two global accounting firm organizations: Allinial Global and TIAG. These associations offer access to a coalition of knowledge and experience via extensive connections in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, India and the Asia Pacific Regions. This Global Reach provides Weaver access to a full portfolio of services and resources for global companies and enables local service delivery where our clients do business.
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