Seamless accounting service around the globe.
Ready to expand beyond the borders of the United States? Count on a seasoned team of experts to smooth the transition from nationwide to worldwide.
Questions abound as businesses grow internationally. Tax and regulatory implications become increasingly difficult to handle when businesses expand outside of the United States.Professional teams bring the knowledge and experience needed to make expansion projects less puzzling.
Experts are well versed in the individual and corporate tax rules of countries across the globe and work hard to understand each client’s unique operational landscape. Rapid access to guidance gives client’s seamless continuity of service around the globe on the issues of:
- U.S. employees and executives working abroad
- U.S. taxation of worldwide income
- Coordination with foreign affiliate offices
- International financial reporting standards
- Entity structuring
- IC-DISC export incentive
- Transfer pricing
- Repatriation of income
- International tax planning and preparation of tax returns
Wipfli is an independent member of Allinial Global, a strategic affiliation of legally independent accounting and consulting firms that offers international support by connecting members to providers and global networks of accounting firms worldwide.
Wipfli’s team of professionals, coupled with an association with Allinial Global, provide clients seamless continuity of service around the globe. With Wipfli as your partner, borders are not obstacles.
Featured Thought Leader
Kelly M. Fisher, CPA
As practice partner, Kelly drives Wipfli’s practice vision, strategy and execution by focusing on innovation and transformation. She oversees Wipfli’s consulting, audit and tax practices, and her team focuses on aligning services with industry and market needs, ensuring quality and increasing client satisfaction.
Going Global: Business, Banking, Tax, and Accounting Considerations
Thinking about overseas expansion or exporting? It's important to understand the environment you're entering because banking, tax, and accounting rules can be very different than they are in the U.S.
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