Non-U.S. Investors Use U.S. Inbound International Tax and Transfer Pricing Services for U.S. Tax Planning
Capturing value, keeping value
More foreign direct investment flows into the United States than into any other country. There is more than $2 trillion in capital in the U.S. that originated somewhere else – equal to about 16 percent of U.S. gross domestic product. About 4.6 percent of privately employed people in the U.S. work for American affiliates of overseas companies.
Having invested so much, non-U.S. companies clearly intend to prosper and profit in the American marketplace. No organization plans to pay higher taxes. But surprisingly, few organizations plan as well as they could to address that expense.
Planning for multinational enterprises is subject to many external inputs – changing tax laws, treaty provisions, currency fluctuation, to name a few. These external influencers, along with ever-changing business performance, may limit predictability. It becomes harder to confirm that a multinational’s worldwide corporate tax burden and related cash flow challenges are being maintained at an acceptable level while helping to manage tax risks.
That’s why an organization’s tax planning should consider current and future investments in the U.S.