The exponential growth of global trade has made international tax planning an integral part of the Butzel Long tax practice. Our foreign clients, both individuals and businesses, have looked to us for advice on structuring their U.S. investments or business operations and on tax-efficient alternatives for repatriating their U.S.-based earnings. We have consulted with our U.S. based clients on structuring their operations and investments abroad in a manner that maximizes both the deferral of U.S. tax on foreign earnings and the availability of foreign tax credits. In addition, we have advised clients on related party transfer pricing issues, cost sharing arrangements, foreign currency transactions, foreign sales corporations, and cross-border financing and leasing transactions. Finally, our membership in Lex Mundi, a global association of 140 independent law firms, allows us to coordinate the interaction of both U.S. and foreign tax laws for beneficial results.
- Butzel Long receives Pro Bono Service Award from Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association
- Butzel Long Taxation and Succession Planning Institute plans half-day seminar on May 18 in Troy
- Butzel Long attorney Robert M. Nemzin featured during American Bar Association Section of Real Property, Trust & Estate Law 22nd Annual Spring Symposia on April 28, 2011 in Washington, D.C.
- Butzel Long's Taxation and Succession Planning Institute hosts seminar on June 4, 2009 in Troy
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