Planning for the Challenges of Foreign Subsidiaries with Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income Webcast | 4193850A

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June 13, 2019 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Everyone is talking about GILTI, but what is anyone doing about it? The income of a foreign subsidiary that exceeds a 10% return on assets will hit your U.S. return. Learn about GILTI rules and gain an understanding of a practical approach to resolving GILTI issues.


  • Understand the GILTI calculation
  • Planning to minimize GILTI

Major Subjects:

  • The calculation of GILTI
  • How to determine tested income and qualified business asset investment
  • Planning to reduce the tax impact of GILTI

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Tax professionals who have clients conducting business abroad through foreign corporations.


Robert J. Misey, Jr, Esq.
Robert Misey is a shareholder with Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. He practices in the areas of international taxation and tax controversies. His previous experience includes nine years as an international trial attorney for the IRS in San Jose and in Washington, DC where he tried 21 Tax Court cases and served on the industry programs for both the athletics and entertainment industries and the manufacturing industries. He also led the international tax group for a region of a Big Four accounting firm. Misey received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky, his juris doctor and master of business degrees from Vanderbilt University, and his master of laws in taxation from Georgetown University. He is a co-author to the treatises U.S. Taxation of International Transactions and Federal Taxation: Practice and Procedure, and a member of the bar in California, Kentucky and the District of Columbia.
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