Tax and Trade Implications for U.S. Inbound Investment Guide

KPMG's guide to investing in the U.S., “Tax and Trade Implications for U.S. Inbound Investment,” can help investors navigate the changing business, tax, and trade landscape in the U.S.

Kimberly Majure

Kimberly Majure

Principal, International Tax, Washington National Tax, KPMG LLP (U.S.)

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For over a half a century, the United States has served as a leader in foreign investment and business opportunities. This is attributable to a relatively strong U.S. economy and political stability during this time frame, and to a U.S. federal income tax framework that has been a constant since the 1980s. Recent movement in the United States has resulted in significant changes in U.S. tax and trade policy. Big change can presents big opportunities—for risk as well as reward.

The 60-page publication provides an overview of the current U.S. federal and state and local tax system and the U.S. import and export system, as well as detailed information on structuring U.S. inbound investment, sourcing income, investing in U.S. real property, acquiring existing U.S. operations, and more.  It also features examples of how KPMG has helped inbound investors navigate the challenges and seize the opportunities that can come with investing in the U.S.

“Seasoned foreign investors and investors just entering the U.S – including those acquiring, launching, or expanding businesses here – will find a wealth of useful information in this expansive guide,” -- Jeff LeSage, Americas Vice Chairman for Tax at KPMG