International

VAT Extends Global Reach
Why Don’t We Have VAT in the U.S.?

Question: What do more than 160 countries have that the United States does not? Answer: A value-added tax (VAT) VAT is a broad-based consumption tax, chargeable at every stage of the supply chain, up to the retail stage, that generally allows the recovery of input tax for businesses and results… Read more »

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Latin America: Many Trading Partners, Diverse Tax Implications
Newest TEI Chapter Has Big Plans for 2015

In 2015, the vast majority of U.S. international companies have many markets to choose from, including China, India, Japan, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Canada. Increasingly, however, global firms are looking to market their products, invest in economies, engage in trade, or simply do business with countries in Latin America.… Read more »

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