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Beyond Form 1042 Compliance: International Withholding Requirements

Webinar: ID# 1023174
Recorded CD
About This Course:
As more companies, even relatively small ones, go global, setting up businesses and customers is almost always the first order of business. Many of the administrative functions, such as tax compliance, follow later, sometimes much later.

Often, foreign affiliates are created to facilitate business overseas. A number of business transactions flow from the international effort. These transactions often have tax consequences.

The objective to this course is to identify the global withholding tax consequences of engaging in international business commerce. Once identified, methods to reduce and even eliminate withholding tax obligations will be covered. If your organization conducts international commerce, this webinar is for you.


Overview of Global Withholding Tax
  • The Need for International Withholding Tax
  • Major Withholding Tax Regimes
  • How to Avoid Withholding Tax – Permanent Establishment
Building Blocks for Global Withholding Tax Compliance and Planning
  • Understanding the Organizational Structure
  • Accounting
  • Timely Compliance
The Role of International Tax Treaties
  • Treaty Provisions
  • Using Income Tax Treaties
Withholding Tax Optimization
  • Avoid Risks and Overpayments
  • Using Withholding Tax Credits and Deductions
  • Audit Documentation
  • International Planning to Minimize Tax and Withholding
About The Presenters

Ryan Charles Gaglio
  • Attorney with Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth, P.C.
  • Focuses on tax planning, tax controversy and transactional matters
  • Advises clients on the federal, state and local tax consequences of mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcies and workouts, executive compensation, as well as tax planning for inbound and outbound transactions, intercompany transfer pricing, foreign currency transactions, and other international tax matters
  • Published several articles and is the co-editor of a comprehensive tax treatise, Taxation of Securities Transactions “Overlooked Impact of Health Care Reform,” Daily Journal (August 31, 2012)
  • J.D. degree, Yale Law School; B.A. degree, Columbia College
John P. Garcia, CPA, M.B.A.
  • Owner at Corporate Tax Advisors,
  • Previously, he was head of tax for multiple well known global consumer products companies such as Billabong and Targus. In this capacity, he oversaw many projects including full scope international IRS audits and appeals, competent authority proceedings, and various international restructurings
  • Teaches various continuing education courses for a number of educational organizations
  • Published several articles including, “How to Properly Capitalize Subsidiaries without Being Ensnared in the Earnings Stripping Rules”, SRR Journal; "The Integrated Database Solution to Global Withholding Tax Compliance", California CPA; "Green Corporate Tax Incentives-Wind Technologies", Corporation Taxation; "The Arizona Family College Savings Plan Deserves Your Support", Arizona Society of CPAs magazine
  • Member of the Tax Executives Institute, the American Institute of CPAs and the Arizona Society of CPAs
  • Licensed as a certified public accountant
  • B.S. degree in finance and accounting, University of Maryland, College Park
Beyond Form 1042 Compliance: International Withholding Requirements
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