How the U.S. Tax Reform Will Affect Your Business
From left: Henrik Lund (KPMG Acor Tax); Anne-Mette Drucker (KPMG Acor Tax); Thomas Iversen (KPMG Acor Tax); Stephen Brugger (AmCham); Fred Gander (KPMG U.S. Desk); Stephen Wheeler (U.S. Embassy) and Ben Francis (KPMG U.S. Desk)

On January 25, the AmCham Tax & Finance Committee partnered up with KMPG Acor Tax for an expert seminar on the U.S. tax reform and its impact on Danish businesses operating in the U.S.

The event was hosted by KMPG at their office space in Hellerup overlooking Øresund.

Speakers included:

  • Fred R. Gander, Lead Partner of U.S. tax practice in Europe, KPMG U.S. Desk
  • Ben Francis, Director, KPMG U.S. Desk
  • Stephen Wheeler, Economic Officer, U.S. Embassy in Denmark
  • Henrik Lund, Partner, KPMG Acor Tax

The U.S. tax reform is first major overhaul of its federal income tax system in more than 30 years.

The Act, which President Donald Trump signed into law on 22 December 2017, aims to encourage economic growth and bring back jobs and profits from overseas by reducing US corporate income tax rates, creating a territorial tax system, allowing for immediate expensing of certain qualified property and providing other incentives.

To stay updated on the U.S. Tax Reform, click here (KPMG website).

To read KPMG's recent articles on this topic, click here.

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KPMG Acor Tax
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