SCOTUS ruling has implications for international filing
The Supreme Court recently handed down a decision on a case dealing with the application of penalties for failure to report foreign financial accounts. While the court’s ruling in the case of Bittner v. United States on Feb. 28 is considered taxpayer-favorable, there are other issues to consider as we dig into the findings. In Accounting Today, Jason Rauhe examines this case and the resulting implications for international filing requirements.
Jason Rauhe, CPA is a Principal in the firm’s Global Business Services practice and is responsible for assisting clients and adding depth in all areas of the firm’s international tax consulting services including transfer pricing, and the firm’s compliance expertise.
Rauhe previously served as Director of International Tax at a Top 100 CPA Firm, where he was responsible for the firm’s international tax division and major industry alliance networks.