Cross-border tax services
Deloitte professionals advise companies on a broad range of inbound and outbound tax issues, including structuring initial overseas investments, financing international operations, cross-border transactions, management of the global effective tax rate and business re-structuring.
International tax services
One of the biggest challenges—and greatest areas of opportunity—for a multinational company today is effectively managing local and foreign taxes in a way that aligns with its overall business objectives and operations. The tumultuous global economy requires a closer relationship between a company’s tax and business operations to maximize every opportunity for cash tax savings and tax efficiencies. Deloitte’s innovative approach helps multinationals reduce taxes on earnings, enhance margins, and grow their businesses.
Mergers & acquisitions
All transactions—whether mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, equity investments, or divestitures—involve complex issues that require the dedicated attention of experienced professionals. When those deals involve companies with global operations, wading through the additional range of considerations is even more daunting. Deloitte can assist with effectively navigating the myriad of tax, accounting, legal, regulatory, cultural, and labour issues in cross-border transactions to help manage compliance risks and potentially enhance returns.
Deloitte’s globally-managed transfer pricing team helps companies reduce risks by aligning practical transfer pricing solutions with overall global business operations and objectives, assists with strategic documentation to support transfer pricing practices, and resolves disputes efficiently.
U.S. corporate tax services
Many successful Canadian-based companies look to the U.S. for expansion. To minimize tax liabilities, ensure compliance, and take full advantage of cross-border opportunities, they need advice from experts who understand U.S. federal and state taxation laws and their interaction with Canadian tax principles.