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US Treasury department announces proposed regulation related to section 965

 The proposed guidance affects U.S. shareholders with direct or indirect ownership in certain specified foreign corporations, as defined in the new tax code provision.


US Government Press Release Last Updated at 02 Aug 2018, 03:08 IST United States

The United States Department of the Treasury today announced the release of proposed regulations relating to the section 965 transition tax, on U.S. multinational companies' overseas income, which is being repatriated under section 965 of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

The proposed guidance affects U.S. shareholders with direct or indirect ownership in certain specified foreign corporations, as defined in the new tax code provision.

"The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act creates a historic opportunity for American companies to bring capital back home from overseas to invest in our domestic economy and create jobs for hardworking Americans," said Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin.

"Our administration's policies are focused on creating a more competitive system for business, which has already led to greater economic and wage growth.

"The proposed rules address a one-time transition tax on post-1986, untaxed foreign earnings of specific foreign corporations owned by U.S. shareholders. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act treats these foreign


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