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International Tax Attorney, Ajay Whittemore, joins Rimon as Partner in its San Francisco office

News October 25, 2017
Ajay Whittemore joins Rimon Law as a Partner in its Tax and Trust and Estate groups. Mr. Whittemore’s practice focuses on international tax planning and controversies. In the planning area, Mr. Whittemore advises clients regarding both inbound and outbound matters, including tax treaty analysis, transfer pricing, tax deferral opportunities,

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Inside M&A: The Tax Transactional Survey 2017

Insight Susan F. Klein Susan F. Klein · March 07, 2017
Despite a relatively active 2016 M&A market in the United States, there is considerable concern that uncertainty, with respect to both proposed tax reform and administrative developments, may dampen the 2017 US M&A market. Rimon’s International Tax Partner, Susan Klein, stated "I query whether people are going to be very

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Client Alert: FinCEN 114 (the “FBAR”): New Filing Date of April 15 Each Year

Insight Melinda Fellner Bramwit Melinda Fellner Bramwit · February 01, 2017
Be advised that the due date for the FBAR (FinCEN Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts) has been changed to April 15 to coincide with U.S. Federal Income Tax Filing and allows filers a maximum extension of six months, ending on October 15, to submit their FBARs. This new deadline will first affect FBARs due in 2017 for calendar

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Rimon Partner Susan Klein was quoted extensively in International Tax Review’s March 9 article: “Key takeaways from the revised US tax treaty model”

News March 18, 2016
The 2016 US Model Income Tax Convention represents the baseline text that will be used in negotiating tax treaties and reflects Treasury’s policy that tax treaties should eliminate double taxation without creating opportunities for non-taxation or reduced taxation through tax evasion or avoidance. As such, the 2016 Model can be

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Learning to Love Tax Amnesties in Israel and the United States. Jerusalem Post

Insight August 12, 2015

The world is getting smaller and it is getting harder to leave a pile of money in a far off corner unnoticed and untaxed. That is thanks to overlapping initiatives of the Unit ed States (FATCA), the Israeli Tax Authority, the Bank of Israel (directive to Israeli banks to check deposits are taxed) and the OECD (common reporting standard). In parallel, the US, Israel and other countries are offering voluntary disclosure procedures , commonly known as amnesties.

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Important Tax Issues for Companies with U.S. and Israeli Operations

Insight September 17, 2009

If you are a company with operations in both the United States and Israel, you should be aware of several very important U.S. and Israeli Tax issues when you engage in cross border operations. I have set forth below several of the main issues. This list is not exhaustive and only reflects briefly the main tax issues. Other issues such as employment, banking, intellectual property rights, custom duties etc. will be addressed in other communications.

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