Total Credits: 1 including 1 Taxes - Technical
It is becoming increasingly common for even small U.S. companies to retain, as independent contractors, individuals located in other countries. With the Internet, it is easy for them to provide services without regard to where they are physically located. This has implications for the U.S. companies that hire them. Discuss best practices for withholding and reporting on payments to Non-U.S. contractors, related IRS codes, applicable tax treaties, how to handle other certain cross-border payments, and necessary documentation needed and what you should do in case of an audit.
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Alex is a tax principal with Rehmann and is in the Troy office. Alex services several large closely-held and multinational companies, including all aspects of income taxation for such companies, related entities, owners and family members.
August began his career with Rehmann in 1999. His professional efforts have focused on international taxation, both inbound and outbound; global structuring; tax consulting and compliance. Other practice areas include federal and multi-state taxation, estates and trusts and tax authority audits.
Alex has a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis on taxation and a Bachelor of Arts in accounting, both from Michigan State University.
Alex is a member of Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants, and is a former chair of the International Practice Task Force, in which he is currently an active member of. August is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
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