The IRS has noted its awareness of the significant increase in inbound U.S. real property investment by foreign investors. More recently, lower interest rates combined with a weaker U.S. dollar have continuously motivated inbound foreign investors to acquire U.S. real property. The momentum of foreign investors is driven by the opportunity for appreciation in value…Read More
Did you know that foreign corporations can elect to be treated as a domestic corporation by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax purposes? It has advantages and disadvantages. Savvy investors will weigh the pros and cons. Foreign corporations are subject to taxation and withholding under the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act…Read More
The Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax act, universally called FIRPTA, is a complicated piece of tax law that applies to foreign companies and investors when they sell real estate investments in the United States.Read More
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