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KPMG report: How does U.S. BEAT apply to inbound companies?

How does U.S. BEAT apply to inbound companies?

The new U.S. base erosion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT) may be imposed on U.S. subsidiaries and branches of foreign companies.


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Read a KPMG report [PDF 70 KB] that considers how related companies will be aggregated to determine whether the BEAT applies, and cautions about new related reporting requirements.

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