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Tax compliance in the U.S. is complex. We have over 14,000 tax jurisdictions and an ever expanding list of rules to prove it. But as soon as a company starts doing business internationally, their level of complexity increases significantly — especially because many other countries use tariff and import fee types that are unheard of in the U.S.

No matter what industry you’re in, selling to a new country for the first time can present unforeseen business challenges. Attend our 60-minute complimentary webinar A Beginner’s Guide to Cross-Border Tax Compliance to learn what these challenges are, and how to overcome them.

Tax industry veterans Chris Sullivan, CPA, and Jessica Good, who manage the International Division of VSH, will demystify many of the rules around international compliance and explain:

  • How to structure your business for cross-border commerce and expansion
  • How to avoid common pitfalls with cross-border selling
  • How to maximize tax benefits and simplify the compliance process

Busy on August 30? Save a seat anyway and we’ll send you the recording—free of charge!

Register today for the webinar A Beginner’s Guide to Cross-Border Tax Compliance. Space is limited!

Bonus! All registrants will get a free copy of Customs Duty and Import Tax for Dummies™

Register for the Webinar Now!

Date: Wednesday, August 30
Time: 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT
Duration: One amazing hour!
Cost: Nothing

About the Speakers

Chris Sullivan, partner at VSH CPAs, has over 17 years experience in cross-border taxation and consultation. Chris has been a leader of the International Services Group since 2009. She works with diverse industry groups including manufacturing, technology, distribution and services. Chris specializes in assisting businesses with formation and expansion, cross-border taxation and planning.
Jessica Good is a manager in the International Services Department at VSH CPAs. She works with a wide variety of businesses that have cross-border compliance and planning needs. She enjoys working with business clients involved in real estate, manufacturing, professional services and sales. Jessica enjoys helping clients expand globally and assure that they are getting the most benefit from the Canada-U.S. tax treaty available; her goal is to help her clients succeed.