CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The International Private Client Group at Benesch Law has issued a comprehensive guide to its clients and other interested parties as they navigate the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act from overseas. The article, U.S. Tax Reform: Key Considerations for Non-U.S. Families with Connections to the United States provides an analysis and guidance on how to adapt to the new tax law changes.
The Benesch update provides key details of the important changes in U.S. tax laws and how individuals, families, and entities can remain compliant while strategically structuring finances for maximum benefit.
Benesch’s International Private Client Group provides holistic, multi-disciplinary legal services to U.S. and non-U.S.-based families and family offices, with deep experience advising these clients on their cross-border financial and personal interests involving the United States. Led by the article’s author, international tax lawyer Matthew D. McKim, the practice provides legal counsel on complex and unique tax matters, offering practical solutions and valuable results.
“There are many key considerations our clients must address as the new tax laws take effect. Some of the new regulations require immediate steps to either take advantage of new rate structures and/or avoid hefty tax liabilities and reporting requirements,” stated McKim. “We take pride in our expertise in these complex matters and advising clients on strategies that will positively impact their finances and their future.”
Benesch is an AmLaw 200 business law firm with offices in Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Hackensack, Indianapolis, Shanghai and Wilmington. The firm is known for providing highly sophisticated legal services to national and international clients that include public and private, middle market and emerging companies as well as private equity funds, entrepreneurs, not-for-profit organizations, trusts and estates. Benesch’s core practice areas include Corporate & Securities, Health Care, Innovations, Information Technology & Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, Litigation, and Real Estate & Environmental. Some of the industries the firm concentrates in include Private Equity, Agribusiness, Packaging, Specialty Chemicals, Coatings and Adhesives, Specialty Distribution, Banking, Health Care, Polymers, Transportation & Logistics, Energy & Natural Resources, Shale Oil & Gas, Construction and Not-for-Profit. For more information, visit www.beneschlaw.com.