KPMG report: Tax and trade considerations for U.S. inbound investment

Insights on U.S. real property investment and existing U.S. operations acquisition

Insights on U.S. real property investment and existing U.S. operations acquisition

The United States has been—and continues to be—one of the most attractive countries for foreign investments. While the United States offers many inbound investment opportunities, it also holds several challenges. Foreign entities and individuals considering investing in the United States need to have an extensive understanding of its complex tax and trade policies and regulations in order to make informed decisions.

Read a KPMG report [PDF 10 MB] (65 pages) that provides foreign investors with valuable insights on U.S. real property investment, existing U.S. operations acquisition, as well as information that can help investors understand and comply with related trade and tax legislative and regulatory demands. The report provides an overview of a variety of topics including: 

  • Initial federal income tax considerations in structuring a U.S. inbound investment
  • Inbound investment opportunities in U.S. real property
  • Existing U.S. operations acquisition and post-acquisition planning
  • Corporate taxation and allowable credits
  • Trade and customs administration



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