World Trade Center Denver: Tax and Your International Business

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May 1st, 9:00am to 1:00pm (MDT)

Whether you are looking to expand your business abroad or are trying to understand how the most significant tax reform in decades affects your overseas operations, you are in a new world in regard to tax and your international business. In this training, Brandon Powers covers international tax topics including the global business lifecycle, tax treaties, structuring opportunities with tax reform, and how to plan to minimize your effective global tax rate using incentives and structures. 

Recommended For:
Tax professionals or those taking on tax roles within their company, as well as entrepreneurs looking to take their business global.  

Steve Schnepel, Plante Moran
As a leader in our international tax services group, I assist clients with all of their cross-border tax needs. My expertise includes international sports and entertainment, cross-border tax planning, global expansion projects, U.S. foreign tax credit planning, repatriation planning, the U.S. anti-deferral regime, and the U.S. withholding tax regime. The majority of my clients are publicly and privately held businesses in the high-tech, manufacturing, distribution, professional services, energy, and telecom industries.I’ve always been fascinated by the field of international tax — and I consider it an honor to be seen as a technical resource on the subject by my colleagues. Helping people and businesses with their many and varied complex tax issues has been — and remains — a very satisfying part of my career. Because of my tax expertise, I’m often asked to speak to clients regarding global expansion and international tax issues. I belong to the AICPA, the Colorado Society of CPAs, and I’m a board member with Global Chamber Denver. I received my B.S.B.A. in accounting and finance from Tulane University where I graduated magna cum laude. 

CE Credits:
This training is worth 4 CE credits through the NFBAA for Certified Customs Specialists and Certified Export Specialists.

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