Corporate International Tax Services
International Tax Lawyer in Washington DC
Castro & Co., we are prepared to develop and analyze international tax planning strategies
and transactions, international tax consequences of cross-border acquisitions
and dispositions of businesses, dual consolidated losses, the maximum
utilization and substantiation of foreign tax credits, Subpart F taxation,
transfer pricing, VAT, the PFIC rules, sourcing of income, foreign individual
domicile planning to avoid U.S. residency, and the FIRPTA rules.
We advise domestic and foreign individuals as well as entities on the federal,
state, and local tax laws applicable to conducting business in the United
States and abroad. From multinational companies with worldwide operations
to small companies with foreign income or investments, we are prepared
to serve as lead or associate tax counsel.
In planning for international tax matters,
we have gained extensive knowledge of the laws of various foreign jurisdictions, including treaty and non-treaty countries in developed and emerging markets.
We have extensive knowledge in pre-immigration tax planning and outbound
expatriation, including drafting and structuring foreign and domestic
trusts and worldwide tax compliance.
Where do our Miami and Washington DC lawyers come in?
These are just some of the areas that Castro & Co.’s International
Tax Team can help with:
- Advise U.S. taxpayers on acquiring foreign entities and structuring their
- Counsel clients regarding the establishment of U.S. entities and the acquisition
of U.S. corporations, partnerships, and business assets by foreign companies
- Advise sponsors and managers of U.S. and non-U.S. investment funds regarding
both domestic and foreign tax issues
- Advise on international transfer pricing
- Assist with treaty issues, foreign tax credits, and withholding taxes
- Assist in cross-border leasing, licensing and investing
Our firm can analyze existing or develop new international corporate structures
that are designed to substantially mitigate your company’s worldwide
effective tax rate. We can also analyze the international tax consequences
of cross-border acquisitions and dispositions, restructure transactions
to fully utilize excess foreign tax credits, develop structures that lawfully
avoid Subpart F, structure intercompany transactions to comply with transfer
pricing regulations, restructure investments and holdings to avoid or
comply with the PFIC rules, structure real estate holdings to either substantially
mitigate or lawfully avoid FIRPTA withholdings, and, lastly, ensure that
any available treaty benefits are properly claimed.
Contact Castro & Co.
Find the experienced Washington DC international tax lawyers you need at
our firm - we can create a thorough plan and determine the best option
for your specific situation. We have offices in Washington DC, Miami,
Dallas, and Orlando, but we represent clients all over the world.
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