Strategy And Succession For International Tax Matters
In order to effectively handle an international tax issue, it is imperative to first have a thorough understanding of U.S. tax laws.
At the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we understand the interplay of domestic and foreign taxation laws. For more than 25 years, attorney Brad Randolph has been advising businesses and individuals with overseas and cross-border activities on how to best manage their global tax liabilities.
Reducing Worldwide Tax Liability
Located in Rockefeller Center in Manhattan, our firm provides international tax planning guidance to individuals and corporations worldwide. Our services include:
- International business tax management, including how to navigate intercompany pricing issues
- Handling issues regarding U.S. taxation of foreign income
- Helping individuals take advantage of the IRS Voluntary Disclosure Program
- Helping businesses and individuals to take advantage of the tax benefits offered by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA)
In addition to being an experienced tax lawyer, Brad Randolph is a CPA and holds an MBA. Over the years, Mr. Randolph has held numerous tax and accounting positions in some of the world’s most prestigious corporations. Attorney Randolph has both Big Law and Big Four accounting experience.
He understands the complexities involved in international tax planning. Corporations and individuals turn to Mr. Randolph for his sophisticated understanding of U.S. and international tax laws and the high-level counsel needed to effectively manage worldwide tax liabilities.
Corporate Tax Risk And Restructuring
The crux of international tax planning is minimizing global book and cash tax rates. At M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we know how to use international restructuring to lower both our clients’ U.S. taxes and their worldwide income tax liabilities.
Organizations with international operations often benefit from corporate restructuring. Assets transfers and cost-sharing mechanisms allow worldwide corporations to share capital expenditures, debts and income and to diversify risk, often leading to lower global tax liabilities.
International tax practitioners walk a tight line. They must strike a fine balance between minimizing a corporation’s global tax liabilities and following U.S. and foreign country legal requirements.
Attorney Randolph specializes in reducing a company’s global tax liabilities in accordance with the U.S. and foreign laws. He also has extensive experience in comparing and contrasting the treaty networks of various countries to optimize a company’s worldwide corporate structure, thereby minimizing its global book and cash tax rates. No corporation wants an audit, of course, but with Attorney Randolph, you can be confident that you have reduced your tax liabilities in accordance with the U.S. and foreign laws.
Manage Your International Risk. Call Us Today.
Many corporations have operations in foreign markets. It is important to have a well-laid exit strategy in the event government unrest threatens your financial safety and corporate goodwill.
At M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we develop comprehensive international safety nets that allow foreign corporate operations to be quickly shut down and relocated in the event of an international threat. By creating these plans, we provide stability and peace of mind to corporations with international functions.