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Global Tax Management Named a Best Accounting Firm to Work For by Accounting Today

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September 23, 2019

Global Tax Management Named a Best Accounting Firm to Work For by Accounting Today

Global Tax Management (GTM) has officially been named among Accounting Today’s 2019 Best Accounting Firms to Work For. Specifically, GTM is ranked number 30 among best mid-sized firms nationally. This is the second consecutive year that GTM has been recognized as a best accounting firm to work for by Accounting Today.

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Living with GILT(I): How to Apply the New Tax on Intangible Overseas Assets

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September 16, 2019

Living with GILT(I): How to Apply the New Tax on Intangible Overseas Assets

The GILTI calculation is designed to prevent tax base erosion resulting from the transfer of intangible assets to foreign subsidiaries in low-tax countries. Raymond Wynman, CPA, managing director of GTM’s international tax practice, offers a step-by-step guide on the GILTI calculation in the latest issue of CFO Dive.

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PQ Group Closes Significantly Faster by Leveraging ONESOURCE Tax Provision (OTP) and GTM’s Tax Technology Implementation Expertise

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PQ Group Closes Significantly Faster by Leveraging ONESOURCE Tax Provision (OTP) and GTM’s Tax Technology Implementation Expertise

“Our satisfaction with GTM goes well beyond our cash tax savings. Their specialized team took a big picture approach to our provision and compliance processes and asked “what if” questions along the way. They helped improve our processes, identify savings opportunities, and reduce our risk exposure. Having an outside firm who has our best interests in mind is invaluable.”
~ Carl Langren, CFO, NewLink

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Understanding Foreign Tax Credit Limitation and the New Form 1118 as a Result of U.S. Tax Reform

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July 23, 2019

Understanding Foreign Tax Credit Limitation and the New Form 1118 as a Result of U.S. Tax Reform

International tax compliance is about to get even more complex this season thanks to U.S. tax reform. Are you ready to deal with the new Foreign Tax Credit limitation and the new Form 1118? As a follow up to our previously held webinar on Form 5471 changes, this webinar will provide an overview of the […]

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NewLink Genetics Nets $6.8M Tax Savings and Reduces Exposure Risk by Entrusting its Tax Reporting to a Firm Who Asks the Right Questions

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NewLink Genetics Nets $6.8M Tax Savings and Reduces Exposure Risk by Entrusting its Tax Reporting to a Firm Who Asks the Right Questions

“Our satisfaction with GTM goes well beyond our cash tax savings. Their specialized team took a big picture approach to our provision and compliance processes and asked “what if” questions along the way. They helped improve our processes, identify savings opportunities, and reduce our risk exposure. Having an outside firm who has our best interests in mind is invaluable.”
~ Carl Langren, CFO, NewLink

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Disposing of IRC 197 Intangibles: It’s All or Nothing

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May 30, 2019

Disposing of IRC 197 Intangibles: It’s All or Nothing

GTM’s James P. Swanitck, CPA, and Michael J. Tighe, CPA explore how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 impacts IRC Section 197 Intangibles and what you need to know about acquisition, disposition, and related-party transactions. Read the full article, as originally published in in the Pennsylvania CPA Journal.

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FAQs: U.S. International Compliance Form Changes Prompted by TCJA

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May 28, 2019

FAQs: U.S. International Compliance Form Changes Prompted by TCJA

In GTM’s latest webinar session, Review of U.S. International Compliance Form Changes Prompted by TCJA, we walked through each U.S. international form change to help prepare you for what’s to come. Read this FAQ to learn the questions that were asked during the session, with the answers. We are sharing them with all of you in anticipation that they may come up along your path to compliance.  

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Review of U.S. International Compliance Form Changes Prompted by TCJA

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May 21, 2019

Review of U.S. International Compliance Form Changes Prompted by TCJA

As tax departments gain a better understanding of the implications of tax reform, the focus is now on planning for tax compliance 2018. In this session, we will walk you through each U.S. international form change to help prepare you for what’s to come. Specifically, this review of U.S. International Compliance Form Changes Prompted by TCJA will […]

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Property Tax: The Ripple Effects of Tariff Wars Between the U.S. and China

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May 14, 2019

Property Tax: The Ripple Effects of Tariff Wars Between the U.S. and China

Uncertainty in the macro-economic environment that may be triggered by tariffs imposed or increased by the U.S. and the retaliatory tariff counter measures that China may take could lead to market actions and reactions that dramatically impact the values of the underlying assets of certain industries. Since real and personal property taxes are predicated on the market value of assets, it is important to first understand the potential impact of these variables, and then consider these factors in the assessed values subject to property taxation. In this post, I’ll also share a property tax strategy that can be used to offset the negative impacts of higher tariffs that appear to be imminent.

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