How to avoid tax trouble when doing business overseas

10/8/2010 | Smart Business

Small-business owners shouldn't overlook tax planning when considering entering foreign markets, says tax expert Barry Wen. Business owners must consider their long-term objectives overseas and what type of entity they want to form, noting that the Internal Revenue Service has become more aggressive about digging up lost revenue, and overseas operations are a prime target.

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