“Tax” Is an International Language
There’s a world of opportunities out there — literally. And to out-maneuver global competition, you’ve got to be poised to make the most of every advantage.
We work with corporate clients on international tax issues, so wherever your company is based, and whether you’re big or small, going global makes business taxes more challenging. That’s why Barnes Dennig offers international business tax consulting and advisory services for:
- Companies opening plants or distribution centers abroad
- Foreign companies establishing operations in the U.S.
- Any company that sells, sources, or licenses products outside its country of origin
With extensive experience and resources at our fingertips, we can translate potential into profit.
The Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) and Filing Requirements
How we help
Barnes Dennig gives you the best of both worlds: the deep international experience you’d normally find with a Big 4 firm and the focused, cost-efficient, personal attention that smaller firms provide.
Our professionals go far beyond simply ensuring you’re compliant. They’re constantly seeking out, finding, and implementing solid strategies for minimizing your worldwide tax burden.
If you’re a small company beginning to scale up, we’ll guide you as your needs grow more sophisticated. If you’ve already reached multi-national status, we’ll help you handle:
- Tax treaties
- Cost-efficient taxation of foreign income
- Asset disclosures
A wide array of inbound and outbound businesses rely on us for help with:
We speak with authority
Your dedicated Barnes Dennig tax team receives specialized training in international tax law. And as members of Allinial Global — a worldwide network of accounting professionals — we also have direct access to colleagues at accounting firms across the globe. No matter what issues you face, or where, we have people in place who know the tax code, know the market, and can help us ensure your success.
To facilitate introductions and connect you with the richest resources, we’re also active members of the European-American Chamber of Commerce and the Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI), and the Dayton Development Coalition.
Get international insights
Learn more about financial strategies to help international companies with this series of short videos here, and learn more about services we offer across a range of topics from our Ask the Experts series.