Overcoming the Border Barrier: Financial Tax Considerations

May 19, 2016

Financial and Tax Considerations
As your U.S. operations grow, managing your tax and financial reporting can become overwhelming. When you work beyond your own border, the business operations must be evaluated in different ways and with different considerations; profits must be measured by legal entity or jurisdiction, and unexpected costs may arise in the form of duties, tariffs or withholding taxes. There will be new demands on how you measure your business, as well as the data and tools needed to obtain this information. To understand these issues, join us for our third roundtable event in the series, hosted by Richter LLP, with guest, Gerry Horn, of customs and international trade law firm Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg.

Our discussion will focus on the proper structuring of operations, different objectives in financial reporting - regulatory versus management reporting, as well as managing tax costs. With the greater scrutiny of international businesses and trasfer pricing featured prominently in business news lately, this session will provide you with information to ensure your operations are compliant from the start.
Overcoming the Border Barrier: a four-part series

Financial and Tax Considerations is the third of four events in Richter's "Overcoming the Border Barrier" series.
Designed specifically for business owners and executives, this exclusive series provides insights into managing an international business, building solid infrastructure to sustain growth, operational considerations, and important tax and compliance requirements.

From priming your business for expansion through to evaluating your business model, this series offers valuable information to ensure your cross-border expansion plan is successful. We look forward to hosting you for each event. Stay tuned for upcoming session dates.

181 Bay Street, Suite 3320 
Bay Wellington Tower 
Toronto, ON M5J 2T3

Thursday, 19 May 2016 from 7:45 AM to 9:30 AM (EDT)

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