Tax Partner Marianne Kane Explores Taxable Presence & Its Risk on Organizational Tax Strategy

Apr 10, 2023

Employees working overseas can create a Taxable Presence, or Permanent Establishment (PE), for an organization.

Once established, a taxable presence creates new tax risks and obligations for an organization that — in many cases — are not understood or even known until a tax authority uncovers and acts upon it. By that time, years of potential tax liability may have accrued for the organization.

In this Tax Notes International article, WilliamsMarston Tax Partner Marianne Kane identifies various scenarios that can lead to the creation of a taxable presence, discusses applicable international laws with recent examples, and provides guidance on how to mitigate associated risks.

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