Income tax, transfer pricing, indirect tax, and tariff issues that are due to disrupted supply chains and shifts in operations.
Addressing income tax implications of repatriating or redeploying key personnel.
Cross-border tariff and compliance implications of getting needed emergency exports to China (e.g., medical supplies).
Understanding impacts of disruption on tax attributes, losses, recoveries and reinvestment plans.
Impacts of costs and risk on transfer pricing policies.
Potentially lasting impacts on tax footprint and operating models.
Reporting and disclosures to ensure tax and customs compliance.
Evaluate tax, trade and tariff implications of alternatives to your global supply chain.
Track business travelers, provide immigration assistance, address income tax implications of repatriating global employees.
Understand how to get needed exports to China quickly (e.g., medical equipment and supplies), including import processes to minimize delays through expedited customs procedures.
Seek advice on utilizing tax losses, other tax attributes and tax impact of cash repatriation that may arise from the emergency.
Assess Asian structure and review other plans to diversify Asia operating models, while considering cross-border tax and transfer pricing issues.
Understand any required changes in reporting and disclosures required for tax and customs compliance.
Proactive customs and tariff strategies
Global trade policy consulting
Regulatory risk remediation
Value chain transformation
Transfer pricing planning
Tax- and tariff-efficient supply chain strategies
Global trade services
Global mobility consulting
US federal tax planning
US state tax planning
Hedging and cash planning
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