NYU Institute on Federal Taxation
Taxation Team Leader William Sherman will chair the International Tax section and speak on two panels, titled "Fundamentals of International Taxation" and "Tax Planning for Foreign Inbound Investments and Business Activities," at the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies Institute on Federal Taxation.
Fundamentals of International Taxation
This session will provide an overview of the U.S. tax rules governing foreign persons engaging in investment and other activities in the United States and U.S. persons engaging in investment and other activities outside the United States.
Tax Planning for Foreign Inbound Investments and Business Activities
This session will build on general U.S. tax rules governing foreign inbound transactions by providing practical tax planning strategies in the context of specific case studies, involving various types of foreign activities in the United States, including: sale and distribution of foreign manufactured goods in the U.S.; manufacturing in the U.S.; licensing by a foreign licensor to a U.S. licensee; investing in U.S. real estate; and investing in U.S. stocks, bonds and other portfolio assets.