International Tax

Clarifying international regulatory obligations helps manage risk effectively.

Thriving in the international marketplace means companies must adapt to the changing international tax environment. Proven teams of advisors bring knowledge and experience in all aspects of international taxation. Experts assist in structuring client businesses in a tax-efficient manner, both locally and globally.

The international tax group treats tax planning as a year-round process. International tax personnel monitor developments and proactively advise clients on the implications of those developments.

Experts continually reevaluate tax strategies to ensure clients realize the intended benefit and capitalize on new opportunities as they arise.

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 international tax professionals specialize in various international tax planning areas including:

  • Inbound and outbound transaction planning and reporting
  • Repatriation planning and reporting
  • Entity structure analysis
  • Transfer pricing consulting and preparation of transfer pricing studies
  • Export incentives formation and commission analysis
  • Income tax treaty planning for withholding tax
  • Permanent establishment analysis
  • VAT/GST analysis
  • Foreign tax credit planning
  • Individual resident and non-resident tax consulting and reporting
  • Expatriate tax services
  • Acquisitions, mergers and divestitures

International tax services overview
We bring the tools and resources you need to navigate the most complex international tax, audit and consulting issues
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