Why choose International Tax Navigator
When your firm makes payments to foreign workers and organizations, you know the IRS is paying close attention. Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Nonresident Alien Taxation’s International Tax Navigator software analyzes immigration, tax, and treaty rules to make sure you're withholding and filing those taxes correctly. International Tax Navigator produces all the required IRS withholding certificates, as well as 1042 tax returns and 1042-S reporting forms. Plus, you'll get the most extensive library for nonresident alien tax and immigration-related issues, including a searchable FAQ database with answers from leading international tax experts. That's why universities, nonprofits, health care organizations, and corporations turn to International Tax Navigator to take the guesswork out of foreign tax compliance.
What you get with our extensive international tax calculator
Calculate withholdings using up-to-date US tax residency status, days of U.S. presence, and income tax treaty information.
Analyze all kinds of payments, including employment compensation, prizes and awards, scholarships, royalties, stipends, and more.
Maintain a history of all completed forms and analyses for audit review and reprint them whenever you need them.
Plug into ERP systems like the one your firm already uses, to reduce data entry and streamline processing.
Collect data and deliver withholding certificates and forms online using the Foreign National Information System module
Anticipate and adapt to any issues thanks to our in-house team of tax experts who are on hand to help.
Prepare and electronically submit annual 1042 (S&T) Forms with the IRS.
Prepare and print completed withholding certificates Forms W-4, 8233, W-8BEN and W-9.
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With our software, you can stay ahead of constantly changing laws and international treaties to make sure the foreign nationals you work with are set up right.
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