Focus on what counts

International Tax Services

Focused on Building a Global Connection

We are in a global economy and many companies are already playing their part internationally. We understand that navigating the rapidly changing international tax law can be overwhelming and complex. Our dedicated International Tax Services Practice provides the guidance and professional expertise that international clients require, whether you are expanding, investing offshore, or entering the U.S. market. We have the experience and knowledge to help you along the way, so you can focus on what counts.

How Citrin Cooperman Can Help

In today’s global economy, international tax rules and regulations are becoming more and more complex. With a wide range of resources, Citrin Cooperman’s International Tax Services Practice is equipped to develop and implement strategies and structure transactions, so our clients can reap the benefits. As an independent member firm of Moore Stephens North America, we are able to connect with professionals in nearly 100 countries through Moore Stephens International regarding any issue that may arise.

From guidance on transfer pricing, to cross-border transactions, to reporting and withholding tax requirements, to tax-efficient interest expense tax strategies, our professionals collaborate with our clients to provide the analysis, insight, and assistance for the most efficient strategy.

OurRelated Services


  • Tax-efficient structuring of offshore holding company structures
  • Intellectual property migration planning
  • Transfer pricing
  • “Check-the-box” planning (deferral versus flow-through)
  • Mergers and acquisitions (outbound and inbound)
  • Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative (OVDI) and FBAR matters
  • Trust and estate planning
  • Foreign tax credit planning
  • Permanent establishment and treaty analysis and planning
  • Expatriate and inpatriate planning
  • Structuring of inbound investments


  • Information return filings
  • FinCen 114 filings
  • Transaction-based filings and disclosures
  • Operational-based filings
  • FATCA and other withholding-based filings
  • IC-DISC implementation and filings
  • Earnings and profits review
  • Foreign-earned income exclusion and expatriate gross-up calculations
  • Branch profits tax calculations
  • Section 861 expense allocation and apportionment analysis