What does a Taxation-International attorney do?

A Taxation-International practices in international tax matters and can provide valuable assistance and guidance related to cross-border tax issues. Here's how a Taxation-International attorney can help you:

  International Tax Planning: They can assist individuals and businesses in developing tax-efficient strategies for international operations, investments, and transactions. They can help optimize tax structures, identify tax-saving opportunities, and ensure compliance with international tax laws and regulations.

  Transfer Pricing: They can provide guidance on transfer pricing regulations and help businesses establish appropriate pricing for intercompany transactions, such as sales of goods, services, or intellectual property between related entities. They can assist in ensuring compliance with transfer pricing documentation requirements and help address transfer pricing disputes.

  Double Taxation Agreements (DTAs): They can advise on the application and interpretation of DTAs between South Africa and other countries. They can assist in understanding the tax implications of cross-border activities, including the determination of taxable income, tax residency, and the availability of tax treaty benefits.

  Cross-Border Investments and Transactions: They can assist in navigating the tax implications of cross-border investments, mergers, acquisitions, and other business transactions. They can provide guidance on tax structuring, withholding tax requirements, exit taxes, and tax-efficient repatriation of profits.

  Expatriate and Non-Resident Taxation: They can advise individuals on the tax implications of working abroad, including issues related to tax residency, foreign income exclusion, and tax planning for expatriates. They can also assist non-residents with tax compliance obligations in South Africa, such as rental income taxation or capital gains tax on the sale of South African assets.

  Cross-Border Employee Taxation: They can provide guidance on the tax implications of cross-border employment, including tax residency, social security agreements, and the application of tax treaties. They can help businesses and individuals navigate the complexities of employee taxation in an international context.

  Compliance with International Reporting Requirements: They can assist businesses and individuals in complying with international tax reporting obligations, such as the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). They can ensure that the necessary reporting and disclosure requirements are met to avoid penalties and maintain compliance with international tax transparency initiatives.

  Resolution of International Tax Disputes: They can represent clients in international tax disputes and assist in resolving cross-border tax controversies. They can engage with tax authorities, negotiate settlements, and provide representation in international tax arbitration or litigation proceedings.

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