Tax reporting for foreign-owned U.S. corporations

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Wiley, May 7, 1992 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
U.S. corporations with foreign ownership now need to comply with tough new IRS regulations--or face severe penalties. Shows how to meet the new compliance requirements for record maintenance and reporting to the IRS. Provides strategies for minimizing compliance and recordkeeping burdens. Following an overview of the new laws, it then offers a step-by-step analysis explaining the regulations that could preclude the penalties for noncompliance. Also included are all relevant source materials, statutes, committee reports, regulations, revenue procedures and forms.

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Contents

Overview
1
Recordkeeping and Reporting
9
Multiple Thresholds
31
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

ROBERT FEINSCHREIBER is a practicing attorney and counselor, as well as a former CPA. As a partner in the firm of Feinschreiber & Associates, his clients include foreign-owned U.S. businesses, U.S. exporters, and companies facing international tax issues. He has written and edited many books, including the Transfer Pricing Handbook, Third Edition, Export Handbook, and International Mergers and Acquisitions, all published by Wiley.