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Export Sales and Services Tax Incentive Post-U.S. Tax Reform Webinar

CPE

When
May 4
11:00 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.

CPE Credits
2-Tax

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $79 | Nonmember: $104

CLE Credit Add-On: $25


 More Information

Course No.
781001
Level
Intermediate
Prerequisites
none

Description

 

Review the U.S. tax incentives available under the Foreign Derived Intangible Income Inclusion (“FDII”) and Interest-Charged Domestic International Sales Corporation (“IC-DISC”).

Highlights

  • FDII for U.S. Corporations only
  • IC-DISC available to privately held U.S. corporations, S corps, and individuals
  • Overlap of FDII and IC-DISC for those companies that qualify for both


Speaker(s)

A member of BKD’s International Tax Services division, Eric has provided domestic and international corporate tax compliance services since 2010. He advises clients on various international tax compliance and consulting issues including global intangible income analysis, foreign tax credits, domestic international sales corporation taxation, subpart F and income tax treaties for multinational companies.
He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Indiana CPA Society and Beta Gamma Sigma.
Eric is a 2007 graduate of Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, with a B.S. degree in accounting and a 2009 graduate with an M.Acc. degree.

Raymond is the Managing Director of Global Tax Management’s International Tax practice. He focuses on providing clients international tax quantitative and compliance services as well as international tax planning. He is also part of GTM’s U.S. tax reform task force, charged with interpreting, communicating, and advising its staff and clients on the various complexities and regulatory guidance of U.S. tax reform, including helping clients navigate the new international tax planning landscape.

Raymond joined GTM in 2016. With nearly 25 years of international tax experience, his leadership and domain expertise in international tax helps clients navigate the complexities of international tax compliance and international tax planning dictated by business operations. He services clients in the life sciences, manufacturing, consumer products, and service industries.

Prior to joining GTM, Raymond was an international tax partner with Ernst & Young. In this role, he advised multinational clients on effective US and worldwide income tax planning for global tax minimization, focusing on areas such as supply chain/transfer pricing structures, foreign cash repatriation, and post-merger integration of newly acquired entities. He also practiced in the international tax quantitative and compliance area such as foreign tax credit maximization, expense allocation and apportionment optimization, overall foreign loss planning, foreign earnings and profit studies, and international tax compliance topics. Additionally, he helped companies in the international tax accounting area.

Raymond is a frequent speaker on international tax matters and has addressed the Tax Executives Institute (TEI), Atlas Information Group, Networking Seminars Inc., Ernst & Young educational programs, and Ernst & Young and GTM client seminars.

Raymond was born in the Netherlands but mainly raised in Florence, Italy. He currently resides in Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania with his wife, daughter, and son. He enjoys travelling with his family and is an avid cyclist.


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