Globalization has given rise to a growing need for international income and estate tax planning. The emergence of new markets has led U.S. business owners and entrepreneurs to the four corners of the world – to buy and sell products, outsource services, and invest capital. Likewise, many individuals who have made their fortunes abroad are now planning to take up residence in the United States.
For both domestic and foreign investors and entrepreneurs considering offshore opportunities, Guttenmacher, Bohatch & Peñaranda offers a wide range of advantages that go right to the bottom line. First, we are skilled at structuring entities and transactions that minimize tax exposure. Second, we are experienced in the selection of jurisdictions that protect offshore investments from the potential impact of political unrest.
Similarly, for overseas entrepreneurs considering expansion into the U.S., Guttenmacher, Bohatch & Peñaranda offers a high level of proficiency in the structuring of business transactions that take into consideration the cross-border tax implications. Nations impose and collect taxes in many different ways. Income taxes imposed, as well as the credits one is permitted to use against taxes paid to another country, can make the difference between giving a venture the green light or scrapping it all together.
The attorneys of Guttenmacher, Bohatch & Peñaranda will protect your interests by capitalizing on their experience in the following practice areas:
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