U.S. Tax Services
The tax regime in the U.S. is becoming even more complex and is aggressively targeting foreign entities. It is more important than ever before that you take measures to assess your exposure, and where warranted, file appropriate returns. It is equally important to ensure that you adequately plan and structure your cross border activities to meet requirements as well as to minimize tax. Before you make any decisions about your cross border activities, let us help you navigate the complexities.
Cross-border U.S. - Canada Tax Planning
Our professionals advise Canadian businesses in structuring their U.S. business expansion in the most tax efficient manner.
U.S. Companies with Canadian Operations
Our professionals advise U.S. companies, with Canadian operations, on in-/out-bound transactions, foreign-to-foreign reorganizations, profit repatriation, preparation of foreign earnings and profits calculations, amongst other U.S. based studies.
Multi-State Tax Minimization
We advise our Canadian clients on multi-state tax minimization strategies and perform income, franchise, sales and use tax nexus studies.
High Net-Worth Canadians with Property in the U.S.
SB Partners provides a comprehensive solution for acquiring, operating and disposing of real estate and other passive investments in the United States.
U.S. Tax Compliance
SB Partners can prepare any U.S. corporate and individual federal and state income, franchise, fiduciary and estate tax returns. We can also assist clients in preparing payroll, sales and use and property tax returns.
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