Acc 568 Week 5 Discussion 2 Acc568 Week 5 Discussion 2 Essay

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ACC 568 Week 1 Discussion 1
"International Taxation" Please respond to the following:
The U.S. taxes a wide variety of international transactions. Propose how the U.S. might enforce the collection of taxes on international transactions.
Analyze the principles of international taxation. Based on your analysis, construct an argument for the elimination of international taxation and the resulting impact on foreign trade. ACC 568 Week 1 Discussion 2
"Source Rules" Please respond to the following:
You are the
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tax. Suggest how you will approach the audit to ensure that the foreign taxpayer is remitting the appropriate amount of tax.
Congress has appointed you to lead a committee to determine if U.S. tax policy is deterring foreign investment. Based on what you know about the current tax code, make a recommendation for improvement. ACC 568 Week 2 Assignment 1
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Assignment 1: Client Letter
Due Week 2 and worth 160 points
You are a CPA professional and are assisting a new client who is expanding a business that operates in the United States to having a global presence with operations in foreign countries. The new client is concerned about how he can mitigate the U.S. tax impact from revenue sourced in foreign countries. The client was advised by a friend that claims he did not have to pay any U.S. tax on income received from outside the U.S.
Use the Internet and your text to research the various rules regarding source rules for income and deductions.
Write a one to two (1-2) page paper in which you:
1. Construct a letter to communicate to your client about the source rules for income and deductions and the circumstances that income received in foreign countries may or may not be taxed in

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