U.S. Tax Treaties: What You Need To Know

About This Course:
The United States has concluded tax treaties with more than 65 countries.

Treaties impact nearly every aspect of cross-border business, including the threshold of activity required to assert taxing jurisdiction, the rates of withholding tax applied to cross-border payments, the tax treatment of certain types of entities and the information to be disclosed among treaty partners.

This live webinar will explain how to determine a client's eligibility for treaty benefits, the operation of certain commonly found treaty provisions, and the forms U.S. and foreign taxpayers must complete to obtain treaty benefits.


Why Treaties?
    Sources of Law
    • U.S. Treaty Network
    • Process of Ratification
    • Technical Explanations and Other Guidance
    • Treaties vs. Legislation
    Common Treaty Provisions
    • Residence and Treatment of Fiscally Transparent Entities
    • Business Profits and Permanent Establishments
    • Personal Services Income
    • Dividends, Interest and Royalties
    • Gains From the Disposition of Property
    • Income From Real Property
    • Associated Enterprises
    • Limitation on Benefits
    • Nondiscrimination
    • Mutual Agreement Procedure
    • Exchange of Information
    Disclosure of Treaty-Based Return Positions
    • Specific Requirements
    • Waiver of Disclosure Requirements
    • Disclosure Requirements Under Foreign Law

    Adam R. Konrad
    • Member of the Business, International and Tax Departments of Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c.
    • Assists clients in a wide range of industries with international tax and business matters such as mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing and export benefits
    • Admitted to the bar in Illinois and Wisconsin
    • J.D. and LL.M. degrees in international and comparative law, Cornell Law School
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