Helping foreign companies stay abreast of tax requirements for their U.S. investments.
Non U.S. companies, funds, and investors can face unique tax issues when doing business or expanding into the U.S. market. Timely and comprehensive tax advice can help you cut through the complexities of U.S. tax law. KPMG U.S. Inbound Tax Services professionals work closely with colleagues from various disciplines to leverage their experience to meet the full range of client needs regardless of the situation.
International Tax Services may deal with fundamental business decisions, such as where to locate or how to finance global operations that can have critical impact on a multinational’s tax risk profile. These professionals also fill an array of tax planning and compliance needs.
Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) - Tax Services help clients address potential tax implications of transactions, including those of foreign companies who use M&A to expand in the United States. We also can help our client’s with international restructuring and reorganization plans.
Valuations Services are critical to tax planning and compliance. Our professionals have broad experience in valuing entire businesses, subsidiaries or equity interests, as well as specific assets such as trade names, customer relationships or inventory.
Transfer Pricing Services assist in developing transfer pricing policies and consults on every aspect of intercompany transactions, including tax audits, documentation to help mitigate penalties, as well as systems to set, monitor and document these transactions.
Washington National Tax is the technical core of KPMG’s U.S. Tax practice, with professionals who offer depth of knowledge, often critical in resolving complex tax issues connected to business decision-making.
In short, KPMG’s U.S. Inbound Tax practice, in collaboration with the U.S. Tax practice in Europe, and KPMG International member firms, can provide forward-thinking, added-value tax consulting and compliance services to meet the needs of foreign companies operating in the United States at every stage of planning or with ongoing operations.