What Global Tax Strategies Should I Consider?
Your multinational company has unique characteristics that provides opportunities to use its global structure to satisfy certain business needs and enhance shareholder value. The needs and potential of your company can be influenced by the life cycle of the business, maturity of the industry, state of the economy, growth or contraction objectives, global trade compliance, jurisdictions and regions of the world in which your company is active, your financing needs and many others. You may discover that global tax services or global trade compliance expertise is necessary.
Regarding global tax strategies, common themes to address include maximizing earnings per share and cash flow, circulating low-tax dollars to finance growth, increasing cash mobility between countries, and improving earnings repatriation.
Our goal is to help U.S. and foreign entities enhance their global tax and global trade positions:
Cherry Bekaert’s Global Tax service experts develop strategies tailored to your company’s circumstances. These strategies commonly include the following:
- Holding company strategies
- Finance company strategies
- Global tax compliance services
- Earnings and profits analysis and planning
- Deferral and repatriation strategies
- Foreign currency planning
- Risk and function planning
- Intellectual property planning
- Acquisition and disposition planning
- Global supply chain management
- Transfer pricing
The delivery of an effective customized global solution is dependent upon having the resources of a global team. Our client service team consists of tax professionals located in key jurisdictions, including:
- North America
- Central and South America (including the Caribbean nations)
- Middle East
- Australia and New Zealand
This integrated approach creates tangible benefits for your company by providing seamless global tax services across borders, a hands-on understanding of cross-border business and tax issues, and consistency in quality, methodology and level of attention.