Conference
Introduction to International Taxation

The Introduction to International Taxation Conference provides a broad-based foundation in the federal income taxation of cross-border (both "inbound" and "outbound") transactions and circumstances. Key topics include:

  • The relationship between income tax treaties and the Internal Revenue Code generally, including the standard subject-matter coverage of such treaties, and when and how treaties override Code provisions
  • The basics of transfer pricing, including a comparison of US transfer pricing rules to those of other countries, and the mechanisms for addressing conflicts
  • The nature and application of withholding taxes and other "toll charges" on the movement of money and property across borders
  • The foreign tax credit and anti-deferral rules affecting controlled foreign corporations and passive foreign investment companies
  • US compliance and reporting issues faced as a result of doing business globally

For more information please contact sps.tax@nyu.edu or visit www.sps.nyu.edu/sumtax.

DATE JULY 11, 2022
TIME ALL-DAY
LOCATION The Westin New York At Times Square, New York, NY
COST $1325
Contact sps.tax@nyu.edu
DATE JULY 11, 2022
TIME ALL-DAY
LOCATION The Westin New York At Times Square, New York, NY
Contact sps.tax@nyu.edu
COST $1325

The Introduction to International Taxation Conference provides a broad-based foundation in the federal income taxation of cross-border (both "inbound" and "outbound") transactions and circumstances. Key topics include:

  • The relationship between income tax treaties and the Internal Revenue Code generally, including the standard subject-matter coverage of such treaties, and when and how treaties override Code provisions
  • The basics of transfer pricing, including a comparison of US transfer pricing rules to those of other countries, and the mechanisms for addressing conflicts
  • The nature and application of withholding taxes and other "toll charges" on the movement of money and property across borders
  • The foreign tax credit and anti-deferral rules affecting controlled foreign corporations and passive foreign investment companies
  • US compliance and reporting issues faced as a result of doing business globally

For more information please contact sps.tax@nyu.edu or visit www.sps.nyu.edu/sumtax.