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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are a multi-national medical device manufacturing firm with operations and entities in Puerto Rico, Germany, Belgium and potentially Luxembourg. We need tax planning advice for a variety of transactions.
Skills: International taxation
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
(company) A licences its intellectual property to a subsidiary in Ireland legally based offshore in a tax haven. This company B. licenses its patent rights to a second Irish company (company C). The second irish company receives income from the first irish company but its taxes are low because royalties and fees paid to the first Irish Company. These royalties and fees are deductible expenses, so no taxes are paid on them. The US company does not pay any federal taxes on the income from the Irish companies because the earnings were not made in the USA.
Skills: International taxation
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Our Canadian customers would like to pay by credit card in Canadian dollars. We would like to have these credit card settlements deposited into our Canadian dollar bank account. We are told a physical Canadian address is required to set up this type of credit card merchant account. One of our independent sales representatives has offered to allow us to use their address. Will this create physical presence nexus for Canadian income taxation? Some additional background information: We are a US based company shipping our products to Canadian customers. We do not have a brick & mortar presence in Canada. Canadian sales are generated through occasional tradeshows and use of independent sale representatives. We have Canadian bank accounts in both US and Canadian dollars. Customer payments are deposited into the Canadian account and these funds are used to pay commissions to the independent sales reps and to remit GST & HST from Canadian sales.
Skills: International taxation Tax preparation
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am selling my small business for about 100.000 $ and would like to avoid/reduce the 60-70 % in taxes that I will be charged in Sweden. I need someone to help me safely and reasonbly legally navigate tax options, preferebly offshore. The goal is to minimize taxes, but I would also be able to sleep at night wihtout worrying about being hunted down by tax authorities. You have to be updated on tax laws in EU and Sweden that I imagine is pretty similar to the rest of the world and you have to have previous expereince in similar projects. I´m also interesting in looking at tax options for my other businesses. Looking forward to talking to you. Adam
Skills: International taxation Corporate Taxes Tax Law
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am a British expat in Dubai and want advice on how I can work for a UK employer from Dubai and still enjoy a tax free salary whilst retaining UK domicile status so I can apply for a mortgage. Currently I am working in Dubai and as a non-resident expat I cannot apply for a conventional mortgage in the UK. Is there a way 'allowances' etc can be used etc. to achieve the end goal so that I pay little or no tax on my salary and be able to apply for a UK mortgage?
Skills: International taxation Accounting Tax Law
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
We are a start-up and are looking for an accountant to manage our books on a regular basis. The accountant will be responsible for all book-keeping, financial records maintenance, up to date compliance filing & reporting of all statutory government regulations. Please show us your experience in handling transactions, payroll, and accounts payable/accounts receivable for small businesses in US & Canada.
Skills: International taxation Accounting Bank Reconciliation Bookkeeping
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for an accountant/Chartered Accountant to consult regarding my tax matters. Preferably from US or Australia(so that he/she understands the culture here and understands the rules and regulations well for both the countries.) What kind of person do I need? Person who has experience with sole director companies and personal tax in both Australia and US. One who understands transfer of money between the two countries and its implications on my accounts. And understands earning money in both the countries as a person and from investments in Shares and Properties. I will be needing accountant with above experience and knowledge to assist me in my accounts for maybe short term or long term. I will prefer someone who is having degree as an accountant and legal matters. I am not sure what I will pay for this but that is not that matters right now to me. Finding the right person with the right skill set is more important to me for now. Please include your past experiences as a cover letter or in the summary that you give about yourself. If you can include your CV as well it will be really great. Thanks Piyush (on behalf of Brett)
Skills: International taxation Accounting
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are Dark City Media Group, and I am seeking an accountant with experience in the Entertainment industry. Please do no apply if you DO NOT have experience with references whom we can contact for a referral. You must be familiar with the traditional accounting tasks of taxes, auditing and financial analysis, and cost control, but also a plus if you are up to date and familiar with Section 181 Tax Deduction: -100% of the motion picture costs are deductible in the same year of investment. - 75% of the motion picture must be shot in the US to qualify for Section 181. - There is a 15 to 20 million dollar budget cap. - There is no minimum film production budget cost. - TV pilots, TV episodes (up to 44), short films, music videos and feature films all qualify for Section 181. - Section 181 can be applied to active income or passive income. - Investors can be either individuals or businesses. - Section 181 is retroactive. - There is no expectation for film distribution or film completion. - The motion picture’s corporation (LLC) issues Schedule K-1’s to the investors so they can take advantage of Section 181. You must also be familiar with the state tax incentives and all foreign countries tax incentives too for filming in their countries.
Skills: International taxation Accounting Cost accounting Financial Accounting