U.S. Tax Guide
Federal and state regimes for corporate taxation plus information on tax incentives, tax filing, fringe benefits and tax shelters. The site explores tax-efficient corporate structures and includes analysis of the best states in which to set up a company.
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The taxation of U.S. companies doing business internationally, and foreign companies doing business in the U.S.. The use of tax treaties, and a comprehensive study of U.S. rules for transfer pricing. A study of how the Foreign Sales Corporation export tax breaks turned into a bonanza for repatriating foreign profits.
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A description of the sales and use tax regime in the U.S.A, the basis of taxation of sales made over the Internet and the Streamlined Sales Tax Program.
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The basis and rates of federal taxation of individuals, including estate tax, and information about how to file. There is a comprehensive review of recent developments in the world of tax shelters, and a guide to tax-efficient retirement and pension schemes.
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An overview of the taxation of investment by individuals, at home and overseas, including tax on dividends and capital gains. Some special investment regimes are described including film finance, forest finance, venture capital and offshore investment.
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U.S. citizens abroad, and foreigners (aliens) working in the U.S. have different taxation problems; this site analyses both and gives tax filing information. There is also guidance for U.S. citizens and companies on the need to withhold tax from various types of payments made to aliens.
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