Clients with operations outside the United States may be subject to income tax examinations by IRS agents in the foreign country

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Under the Internal Revenue Code, United States citizens and residents, domestic corporations and partnerships and, in some situations, foreign corporations operating within the United States must report their worldwide income and are subject to tax on their worldwide income. As a result, the Internal Revenue Service conducts income tax examinations both within the United States and also in foreign countries.


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