Many companies today aim to scale their businesses globally and into multiple countries simultaneously.  Successful expansion depends, in part, on strategic and effective tax planning and compliance.

We designed our complimentary Guide to Going Global – Tax to help you meet that challenge head on. This guide, brought to you by DLA Piper’s Tax group, summarizes the key features of tax laws in over 26 popular jurisdictions around the world.

We address common tax questions, by jurisdiction, including:

Taxation of resident companies and nonresident companies
Availability of tax holidays, rulings and favorable tax regimes
Ability to use losses to offset income
Anti-deferral (ie, CFC) rules
Withholding taxes
Employment tax issues


Whether you are moving into new jurisdiction or managing your business across numerous borders, our guide helps to give you confidence that your organization has access to current information wherever you do business. We hope it will become an invaluable resource for you.

To access the 2017 edition of the Guide to Going Global – Tax, please visit this page.