Global companies investing in the United States face unique opportunities and challenges. Doing business in the US reviews the key tax issues and provides insights to help investors navigate the US business environment.
For the first time in five years, more global business leaders rate the United States as their most important market for overseas investment and growth ahead of all others, including China’s, in PwC’s 18th Annual Global CEO Survey. The United States has a complex system of federal, state, and local levels of taxation that significantly affects business decisions and business operations. Current debates regarding tax policy and reform and ever-evolving legislative activity combine to create a challenging environment for companies doing business in the United States—but also unique opportunities.
PwC's Doing business in the United States leverages PwC’s extensive experience regarding US operations of global businesses to provide a broad understanding of the basic tax implications of business operations in the United States, as well as to offer helpful observations, concerning the tax consequences for global companies.