Resource Archives: 2010

Posted by: Dan Cassidy · Oct 15, 2010

This chapter on federal taxation of international investment and business transactions was written for “Invest Washington – A Guide for Foreign Business Investment.” The guide was written as a collaborative effort for the Choose Washington project.

Introduction
Foreigners making investments or doing business in Washington State will be subject to federal, state and local taxation both in Washington and in other states where they have business activities. Read more.  » Read more

Posted by: Jennifer Mace · Sep 11, 2010

This chapter, written in 2010 for the Washington State Department of Commerce and the Washington State Bar Association’s Doing Business in Washington State – A Guide for Foreign Business and Investment, summarizes some of the key tax considerations for a foreign national’s move to the United States.

A resident alien, as determined by meeting one of the tests mentioned below, is taxed much the same as a U.S. citizen. As with a U.S. citizen, a resident alien is subject to worldwide taxation on items of gross income. Click here to read the entire article.

 

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Posted by: Jennifer Mace · May 11, 2010

Originally published as a Bar Bulletin on the King County Bar Association web site in 2010, this article discusses the tax implications of sending a foreign national to work in the United States.

With the increasing globalization of companies, it is advantageous for companies to understand the tax implications of sending a foreign national to work in the United States. The term foreign national is used to describe individuals who are non-U.S. citizens – also referred to as aliens. Click here to read the entire article.

 

 

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