Five Supply Chain Technologies That Increase Competitive Advantage

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Today’s companies face unprecedented challenges. On top of managing the unwieldy demands placed on the supply chain this year during a public health crisis, companies also face globalization as well as the specialized demands of increasingly complex products. To respond to these challenges, companies are looking for ways to leverage technology along the supply chain to […]

Podcast: Highlights from the Global Supply Chain and Covid-19 Webinar

Clark Schaefer Hackett · Highlights: Global Supply Chain Lessons Learned from Covid-19 Want to hear the entire webinar? Listen Now Listen Now Webinar Panelists: Mike Rusconi Vice President and Co-owner at SenSource Global Sourcing Jim Wainscott Lead Director, Parker Hannifin Corporation; Board Member, CSX Corporation; former Chairman, President & CEO, AK Steel John Lammers Vice […]

Rethinking Your Supply Chain – Lessons Learned from Covid-19

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The Covid-19 pandemic exposed risk in many companies’ global supply chains, resulting in massive disruption to their operations. As the global manufacturing sector starts getting back to normal, many businesses are taking a long, hard look at their supply chains to mitigate the risk of future disruptions. Join CSH for this insightful webinar featuring three […]

Reimagining the Global Supply Chain

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Recent disruptions in supply chains, caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, tariffs and ongoing trade disputes, have exposed the weaknesses and risks inherent in global supply chains. As a result, manufacturers are reexamining how they source, where they buy and how they manufacture. Many companies that utilize complex global supply chains are realizing that their least […]

Covid-19: Considerations for International Companies

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Transfer Pricing Concerns During the Covid-19 Pandemic Transfer pricing implications of responses to the Covid-19 crisis could carry substantial risk to how international companies do business and avoid regulatory-driven financial risk. As these unprecedented economic and social conditions continue, companies are likely facing significant changes in customer demand as well as further disruptions to their […]

Transfer Pricing Implications for Your Business

Please note: CPE was only available for the live version of this event. CPE is not available for webinars on-demand. Transfer pricing remains one of the most challenging international tax issues facing businesses with international operations. Recent tax legislation and the Covid-19 pandemic have both placed a new spotlight on transfer pricing, so it’s critical […]

International Tax Update: FBAR and Section 965

Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) As set by the U.S. Dept. of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the due date for filing FinCEN 114 Reports of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) for foreign financial accounts is April 15, the same as the typical federal income tax filing deadline. While the federal income […]

The Coronavirus Effect on the Global Manufacturing Supply Chain

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China’s novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which originated in the Wuhan, Hubei, province, has swept through the country’s major business and population centers and spread beyond its borders. While the coronavirus looms large, the impact on our region’s manufacturing and distribution sector and global supply chains hits closer and closer to home. According to Dun & […]

What you need to know about the “phase one” trade deal with China

On January 15, 2020, U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He signed a “phase one” trade deal. Essentially a cease-fire agreement, this deal was aimed at calming the trade frictions that have rattled global markets over the past couple of years. While this phase one agreement may ease some of the tensions […]

Payments to Foreign Persons and Entities: Withholding Requirements

The U.S. system is a hybrid between a territorial and a worldwide system. It is a worldwide system when it comes to taxation of income of U.S. citizens and resident businesses, and it is a territorial system when it comes to taxation of U.S.-earned income of foreign persons and businesses. To avoid double taxation of […]

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