Elena Mossina was interviewed by U.S. News & World Report and was featured in their recent article about the potential global minimum corporate tax rate increase. Elena provided insight on the potential 15% global corporate tax rate, including its possible impact on the technology industry as well as the important role companies play in the development of tax policies and regulations.
Elena, J.D., LL.M., is the Partner-in-Charge of Sikich’s international tax practice. She is a tax attorney with experience advising U.S. multinational clients on a wide range of international and domestic tax issues. Her experience includes cross-border restructurings, cash repatriation strategies, IP migrations and transfer pricing matters. She combines U.S. and foreign tax analysis to provide clients with the most advantageous integrated solution from a U.S. and a foreign tax perspective.
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Read the article here: 4 Things to Know About a Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate