On June 29, 2016, the IRS issued final regulations (TD 9773) requiring annual country-by- country reporting for US-based multinational enterprises (MNEs). The regulations require the submission of information on a country-by-country basis relating to the MNE’s income and taxes paid, together with certain other data, on Form 8975. In satisfying these requirements, each company will be telling a story through its data, and management must carefully consider the implications of the story being told. Join our Grant Thornton LLP webcast as we evaluate different data sources, address the interpretation of data from the perspective of tax authorities and discuss local country report filings for 2016.
Highlight differences between the proposed regulations and the final regulations
Discuss completion of Form 8975 and any potential questions
Provide examples of Form completions and possible interpretations of data from tax authorities
Identify potential tax authority challenges and technical issues, and discuss options and best practices
Allen Brandsdorfer, director, International Tax Services, New York, N.Y.
Rono Ghosh, managing director, International Tax Services, Boston, Mass.
Glen Marku, managing director, International Tax Services, Chicago, Ill.
Doug Wood, East region practice leader, International Tax Services, Charlotte, N.C.
Recommended Field of Study: Taxes
Program Level: Overview
Delivery Method: Group-internet
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