International Tax Services for Multinational Corporations

International Tax Services

Considering the rapid changes that are occurring today worldwide, U.S. and foreign multinationals face an array of international tax planning and compliance challenges, including those related to U.S. Tax Reform. This dynamic environment requires international tax planning to be driven by a multinational’s business operations. Whether your company is just beginning to expand overseas or has mature international operations, GTM can help manage, support, or outsource your international tax planning and compliance needs. Our experienced ITS team possesses deep technical knowledge and extensive business acumen to navigate through the international tax compliance complexities and deliver practical, business-driven international tax planning recommendations.

International Tax Quantitative & Compliance

GTM provides the following services in this area:

  • U.S. international tax reporting and compliance
  • Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income (GILTI,) Foreign-Derived Intangible Income (FDII,) and Base Erosion and Anti-Abuse Tax (BEAT) calculations and studies
  • Maximizing foreign tax credits (Section 861)
    • Maximizing foreign source income planning
    • Minimizing expense apportionment planning
  • Tax attributes planning
  • Earnings & profits and tax pool
  • Branch accounting calculations
  • Dual consolidated loss
  • Personal foreign investment company income
  • Foreign currency
  • Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) Reporting
  • Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR)
  • U.S. tax withholding compliance
  • U.S. international aspects of §163(j) earnings stripping calculations
  • Interest-charge domestic international sales corporation (IC-DISC) planning for U.S. exporters
  • International tax accounting calculations, including APB 23

International Tax Planning

From a planning perspective, GTM delivers the following services:

  • GILTI, FDIII, BEAT and §163(j) interaction planning
  • Subpart F planning
  • Setting up new international operations
  • Intellectual property and supply chain management
  • Merger, acquisition, and disposition transactions
  • Post-acquisition integration planning
  • Internal international restructurings
  • Foreign cash repatriation
  • Foreign-owned U.S. tax planning (Inbound)
  • Income tax treaty planning and interpretation
  • Transfer pricing


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