US revenue’s increased focus on cross-border trade
As part of a continuing worldwide trend, the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is ramping up its efforts to deal with the international tax issues that arise as a result of increased cross-border trade. In the last year, the IRS has realigned its resources, focused attention on strategic issues, and begun to reshape its international tax administration. Barry Shott, Richard Barrett, and Jana Lessne, of PwC US, examine the implications of the IRS competent authority changes.
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