Introduction and Summary On March 28, 2022, the Biden Administration proposed changes to the U.S. international tax rules. In short, the Biden Administration proposed to: Enact a 15% minimum “undertaxed profits rule” (a “UTPR”) to replace the “Base Erosion Anti-Abuse Tax” (“BEAT”), and a 15% “qualified domestic minimum top-up tax” (a “QDMTT”). These proposals are … Continue Reading
On January 25, 2022, the Internal Revenue Service (the “IRS”) and the Department of the Treasury (“Treasury”) released regulations (the “Final Regulations”) finalizing provisions in prior proposed regulations which generally would treat domestic partnerships as aggregates of their partners (rather than as entities) for purposes of determining income inclusions under the Subpart F provisions applicable … Continue Reading
Today, December 19, 2021, Senator Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.) said that he opposes the Build Back Better Act, which effectively prevents its passage. While there are no immediate prospects for the Build Back Better Act to become law, future tax acts tend to draw upon earlier proposals. With a view to future tax proposals, this … Continue Reading
On October 7, 2020, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) and Treasury Department released final regulations providing guidance on the rules imposing withholding and reporting requirements under the Code on dispositions of certain partnership interests by non-U.S. persons (the “Final Regulations”). The Final Regulations expand and modify proposed regulations that were published on May 13, … Continue Reading
Welcome to the April edition of the Proskauer UK Tax Round Up. This month saw changes to the taxation of termination payments and the UK’s adoption of the OECD Multilateral Instrument into its double tax treaties coming a step closer. Please view this month’s issue of the UK Tax Round Up.… Continue Reading
On Friday, December 15, the U.S. House of Representative and Senate conferees reached agreement on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) (the “Final Bill”), and released legislative text, an explanation, and the Joint Committee on Taxation estimated budget effects (commonly referred to as the “score”). Next week the House and Senate are each … Continue Reading
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