US inbound tax services

For global companies investing in the United States

Are US inbound investments becoming more difficult?

Congress is considering legislation that would alter the operation of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).

What are the critical issues for non-US headquartered companies doing business in the United States?

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Supreme Court overturns Quill

What's next for global companies operating in the US? Sue Haffield (PwC's State and Local Tax Parnter) discusses with George Famalett (PwC's National Indirect Tax Practice Leader) the implications of the history Wayfair case means for global companies with US operations.



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How PwC can help

We understand that your business is as unique as the opportunities and potential challenges you face investing in the United States—especially, now, with the new US federal tax law. PwC offers a combined cross-border tax and business approach, making use of our extensive experience working with global companies and their US-inbound operations—a major part of our business.

We can work together to help you:

  • focus on the critical cross-border tax issues
  • consider your investment opportunities, potential challenges
  • navigate the new US federal tax law and plan how to save tax costs
  • finance your US operations
  • plan for growth through transactions and deals
  • manage your domestic, state, and local taxation
  • transform your value chain
  • set up your tax department in the United States
  • everything from compensation to global mobility issues and much more