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Webinar: Breaking Down Tax Automation with Alteryx

Events

April 03, 2020

Webinar: Breaking Down Tax Automation with Alteryx

Register for our upcoming webinar and hear a firsthand account of Alteryx adoption from the inside out. Global Tax Management (GTM) will share how it has rapidly developed use cases for its own services delivery teams and its multinational client base. GTM will also share how forward-thinking tax departments are using Alteryx and how they got started.

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Webinar: Headquarters Charges: Why the Difference Between Stewardship and SG&A Matters Post-TCJA

Events

April 03, 2020

Webinar: Headquarters Charges: Why the Difference Between Stewardship and SG&A Matters Post-TCJA

In this live webinar, GTM’s Brian Abbey, Managing Director, International Tax, and Kevin Croy, Managing Director, Transfer Pricing, will provide participants with insight and understanding into the differences between stewardship and SG&A expenses, and how that leads impacts Headquarters Charges post U.S. tax reform.

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A Message from GTM’s CEO In Response to COVID-19

NEWS

March 13, 2020

A Message from GTM’s CEO In Response to COVID-19

With the health and safety of our employees, clients, suppliers, business colleagues, and communities being paramount, I wanted to share the measures GTM has currently put in place as the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation continues.

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Tax Notes Federal: Reduced Research Credit Election May Not Always Be Advantageous

NEWS

March 02, 2020

Tax Notes Federal: Reduced Research Credit Election May Not Always Be Advantageous

The Section 280C(c) election provides for a reduced research credit as determined under section 41, and is often made for state tax purposes. Taxpayers typically, but not always, made this election before the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

However, given the preferential place that the research credit has in the base erosion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT) calculation, this election may not always be advantageous, even considering state tax implications.
In “Reduced Research Credit Election May Not Always Be Advantageous” published in the latest issue of Tax Notes Federal, Brian Abbey, GTM’s Managing Director of International Tax Services, and Jim Swanick, GTM’s Managing Director, Federal Tax Services, illustrate some examples of when the election may not make sense.

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Tax Notes International: “U.S. Foreign Branch Basket Regulations: Taxpayer Considerations”

NEWS

January 28, 2020

Tax Notes International: “U.S. Foreign Branch Basket Regulations: Taxpayer Considerations”

The final foreign tax credit regulations (T.D. 9882) addressing sections 861, 904, 905, and 960 are, in most respects, similar to what was proposed last year (REG-105600-18). However, taxpayers could still be inclined — perhaps more so — to consider using first-tier branches to reduce or eliminate BEAT or convert lost excess GILTI credits to […]

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Section 382(h) Proposed Regs Throw Taxpayers a Curveball

NEWS

December 04, 2019

Section 382(h) Proposed Regs Throw Taxpayers a Curveball

The U.S. Treasury and IRS issued proposed regulations under IRC Section 382(h) pertaining to the interaction between built-in gains or losses with Section 382 limitations. GTM’s James P. Swanick, CPA, and Michael J. Tighe, CPA, offer their analysis in the latest issue of the Pennsylvania CPA Journal.

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