The Irs: Turning Up The Heat Overseas
The Internal Revenue Service is one step closer to cracking down on foreign companies with U. S. operations for underpaying their taxes. On June 14, the agency issued regulations requiring U. S. distributors owned by foreign companies to keep better records on the prices their foreign parents charge for products and services. They must also report to the IRS on transactions with all foreign companies.
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