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The changes to tax in the United States won't just impact U.S.-based businesses. Foreign organisations with a US presence will need to review the business impact, from financial reporting to workforce strategies and tax function readiness.

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We're working with clients to plan and prepare for the impact of the US Tax changes on their operations within the U.S.

This isn't just important if your registered address is a U.S. postcode. This is important for any organisation that's doing business within the United States, across all industry sectors.

As the world's leading professional services firm, we're working closely with our colleagues in PwC US to support multinational clients through the recent changes.

US Tax Reform podcast

What are the implications for policy makers, and what should businesses be aware of? Tax Partner, Barry Murphy explores in conversation with Tom Pattern, US Tax Partner and Will Morris, our Deputy Global Tax Policy Leader.

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As the likelihood of the 'Tax Cuts and Jobs' act being signed into law increases by the day, we're working with clients to plan and prepare for the impact of these changes on their operations within the U.S. This isn't just important if your registered address is a U.S. postcode. This is important for any organisation that's doing business within the United States, across all industry sectors. As the world's leading professional services firm, we're working closely with our colleagues in PwC US to support multinational clients through the changes, which are expected to be signed into law imminently.
 
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US Tax Reform webcast

Watch a recording of our recent webcast to learn more about what the US Senate's tax reform legislation has in store for global companies that do business in the United States.

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Getting on the front foot - points to consider

Both the House and Senate have passed separate tax reform proposals. If enacted before the end of the year, the financial reporting impact of the changes will need to be assessed and accounted for in the 2017 financial statements for calendar year companies, regardless of any effective dates.

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Tax reform hasn't just appeared on the radar now. With the OECD BEPS initiative, other EU tax directives designed to increase transparency and now the looming US Tax Reforms, now it is vital for multinational organisations to take stock and review its approach to its international tax strategy.

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Depending on whether states how/will conform to Internal Revenue Code provisions, there could be many implications for organisations with a US presence.

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For further information contact your usual PwC adviser, Tom Patten or Jon Richardson

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