Tax Implications of Moving Foreign Manufacturing Back to the US

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The Covid-19 crisis has surfaced a number of business issues, including inadequate supply chain logistics for many U.S. companies and the inability to manufacture critically needed products, from urgent care items to everyday basic items, domestically.  A likely result of the pandemic is a resurgence of American manufacturing, as U.S. companies bring back production from overseas.

The discussion will address strategies and tax implications of bringing foreign manufacturing back to the United States.

The discussion will include the following topics and more:

What are both the U.S. and foreign tax issues a company would face if it inbounds a supply chain?

How does the location of a taxpayer’s intellectual property affect the location of its supply chain?

What sorts of tax incentives are available for inbounding a supply chain?

What tax incentives are available for exporting property produced in the U.S.?

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