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Items to Consider In Nonresident Alien Payroll Processing

Items to Consider In Nonresident Alien Payroll Processing

Are all of your employees either U.S. citizens or U.S. lawful permanent residents? Form I-9, Work Authorization Verification, indicates a choice of four categories for employees: U.S. citizen U.S. national U.S. lawful permanent resident A nonimmigrant authorized to work through [a specified date] If no, do you capture immigration status history and U.S. presence … Read More

APB 23:  ETR Ally, Audit Risk or Both?

APB 23: ETR Ally, Audit Risk or Both?

What is APB 23? APB 23 (codification effort notwithstanding, old habits die hard) provides an exception to the general rule that a U.S. multinational company must provide U.S. taxes on the foreign earnings of its controlled non-U.S. affiliates. More specifically, APB 23 is the accounting rule that allows a U.S. multinational to assert that its … Read More

KPMG and Thomson Reuters Share Forum: June 26, 2012 (Chicago, IL)

KPMG and Thomson Reuters Share Forum: June 26, 2012 (Chicago, IL)

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, June 26, 2012 Location: KPMG LLP – Chicago Office 303 E. Wacker Drive Training Room A/B/C – 16th Floor Chicago, IL 60601 312-665-1276 Time: 12:00 … Read More

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Rhode Island Creates a Tax Amnesty Program and Expands their Tax Base

Rhode Island Governor, Lincoln Chafee, has signed the state’s 2013 budget bill, which will establish a tax amnesty program applicable for all Rhode Island taxes.  The legislation expands sales and use taxes to apply to pet care services and certain road transportation services.  Sales and use tax will no longer apply to package tour and … Read More