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Paying Foreign Employees Part 3: Special Payroll Rules

Paying Foreign Employees Part 3: Special Payroll Rules

Special payroll rules apply to nonresident employees, some increasing withholding and others providing for exemptions from tax. The federal wage withholding rules for nonresident employees mirror the tax return limitations for these taxpayers: They may claim only one personal exemption with a few exceptions They must file using single or married-filing-separately rates (the highest rates) … Read More

Why Tax Executives are Spending More Time in Front of the C-suite

Why Tax Executives are Spending More Time in Front of the C-suite

Gone are the days when the corporate tax director stands last in line to update the CFO. In a recent article on CFO.com,  internal tax advisers shared how they are getting more exposure at C-suite-level doors on a regular basis. Why the sudden interest in tax? With increased regulation, a heavy state and local … Read More

KPMG and Thomson Reuters Share Forum: May 22, 2012 (Nashville, TN)

KPMG and Thomson Reuters Share Forum: May 22, 2012 (Nashville, TN)

Please join professionals from KPMG LLP and Thomson Reuters for a share forum addressing how to control your company’s transaction tax process through the effective use of technology. Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Location: KPMG LLP – Nashville Office 401 Commerce Street Nashville, TN 37219 Time:         1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Registration 1:30 p.m. … Read More