When people and businesses cross borders, a host of tax hurdles are involved. UHY Advisors offers a complete range of tax services, from strategic planning for new business ventures, to tax planning for executives transferred in support of that effort, to tax compliance in the U.S. and other countries. While income tax is often the first issue that comes to mind, other taxes such as value added tax, customs duties, excise taxes, and remittance taxes may apply as well to raise the cost of cross-border endeavors.
UHY Advisors’ international tax professionals draw on a wealth of experience in helping clients anticipate the tax costs involved and avoid unwelcome surprises.
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PATENT BOX DISCUSSION
Video #1 – Patent Box Incentives
A new tax provision called a "patent box" is creating large new incentives in the UK for the development of intellectual property and the technology-based companies built around IP advances. Meril Markley of UHY Advisors explains.
Video #2 – Worldwide IP Protection
Technology is the key to much of the oil and gas industry's future growth, based on continuing advances in intellectual property. Many energy companies are seeking ways to protect their IP on emerging markets and with the lowest tax exposure. Ian Williams of UHY International member firm Campbell Dallas in Aberdeen appraises the situation this way.
Video #3 – New Corporate Structures to Protect IP
New corporate structures are emerging to protect intellectual property assets such as "patent boxes" and dedicated R&D subsidiaries that are eligible for deferred tax treatment. Meril Markley of UHY Advisors and Ian Williams of UHY International member firm Campbell Dallas in Aberdeen explain.
Video #4 – Huge Cash Flow
Oil and gas companies that use a "patent box" strategy optimally can achieve huge cash flow advantages. Meril Markley of UHY Advisors and Ian Williams of UHY International member firm Campbell Dallas in Aberdeen go through the details.