Our international network, UHY International is a cohesive network of independent member firms providing tax, audit and advisory services across the globe. Our member firms offer specialist sector and country knowledge with the highest quality of professional standards. UHY International is a proud member of the Forum of Firms.
We work together with you to ensure you achieve your objectives and tailor our services to suit your culture. We share your aspirations as well as challenges to deliver customized, timely advice to help you make the right business decisions. Our commitment to quality is one of UHY’s main values and something we strive to achieve in everything we do.
We not only have the global spread logistically, but also the attest compliance infrastructure to deliver a transnational service that any client of any size can depend on. Our close working relationships with clients locally, internationally or cross-border throughout various sectors allows us to deliver an unprecedented approach to service, responsiveness and the way we do business.
Closer to home, we have established International Desks in many of our domestic offices to better serve the international needs of our clients. Listed are a few of the country specific resources that we bring to bear for all of your international needs:
Please join us as we convene a panel of experts to discuss inbound investments into the BRIC countries including a general overview of the business climate and economic conditions, opportunities and potential threats of doing business in the country, tax issues and considerations, pitfalls when starting a business in the country, employment considerations, entity structure and tax planning considerations.
Increase in Business Startups Over 40 Times
Faster in BRIC Countries Than Other Nations,
On Jan. 7, 2016, the IRS added new frequently asked questions (FAQs) to its website on the streamlined offshore compliance program, which includes guidance to participants in Canadian registered retirement savings plans (RRSP), registered retirement income fund (RRIF) or other similar Canadian retirement plans. Generally, an individual who is a citizen or resident of the US and a beneficiary of a Canadian retirement plan may be subject to US tax on accrued income in the plan even though the income is not currently distributed to the beneficiary.