2008 International Update:
U.S.-Mexico-Canada Cross-Border Tax Issues
The University of San Diego School of Law - Procopio International Tax Institute
This conference was held May 1- 2, 2008 at Joan Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, University of San Diego.
Conference Topics Included:
General Aspects of Mexico's New Fiscal Tax Reform
U.S.-Mexican Complex Trust Taxation Considerations (Mexico's new REFIPRE regime and new US tax regulations)
Cross Border Tax Planning Strategies for Real Estate: How to structure Private and Public Real Estate Holdings
Cross Border Transfer of Intangibles: Migration from and to the US, Canada and Mexico
Dissecting US, Canadian and Mexican Tax Case Law: Recent cases and comparative analysis
International Aspects of Mexico's New Tax Reform: The tax nature of IETU and availability of foreign tax credits.
Foreign Informational Reporting Requirements - A Preparer's Primer
The New Return Preparer Penalty Regime - Don't Think You're a Preparer? Think Again!
US-Canada New Tax Treaty Protocol: Significant Impacts and Planning Opportunities
US Local Taxation of International Operations (California, Texas and Florida tax regimes)
International Aspects of Mexico's New Tax Reform: The consequences for the Maquiladora Industry and Capital Markets.
International Audits - Current Enforcement Concerns and Common Issues
Expatriating - A comparison of Tax Consequences When Individuals and Entities Decide to Leave NAFTA Home
Taxing Cross Border Athletes and Entertainers: Central Withholding Agent Agreements, Loan out companies, Tax Treaty Exemptions.
International Ethics in Cross-Border Investment and Tax Planning
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