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International Tax - 2214

International Tax
Class Term:
Spring Term 2020-2021
Catalog Number:
5841
Professor(s):

Professor

Type:
Lecture
Credits:
3 (3 Contact, 0 Field)
Graduation Requirements:
International / Comparative
"W" Writing
Experiential Learning
Priority:
Limited Enrollment - 3rd Year Priority
Full Year Course:
No
Category:
Standard Courses

Description

This course will serve as an introduction to the U.S. federal tax aspects of the cross-border flow of capital and labor. At the most basic level, we will explore the distinction, both for income and for estate and gift tax purposes, between a U.S. and a foreign person. We will then compare and contrast the manner in which U.S. and foreign persons (including tax expatriates) are subject to income tax. We will also cover the special tax regimes applicable to investments made by U.S. persons in foreign corporations (i.e., the controlled foreign corporation and passive foreign investment company regimes) as well as an introduction to the foreign tax credit rules. Throughout the course of the semester we will consider the potential impact of tax treaties on the rules in the Internal Revenue Code.

International Tax