Robert Kiggins in The Journal of Taxation: Pillar Two Unresolved Issues

Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Robert Kiggins recently authored an article for the January edition of The Journal of Taxation on Pillar II and the Organization of Economic Development’s plan for a global minimum income tax rate for multinationals.
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Robert Kiggins in Thomson Reuters’ Journal of Corporate Taxation: OECD’s Proposed Pillar One Issues

Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Robert Kiggins recently authored an article for Thomson Reuters’ Journal of Corporate Taxation about OECD’s Pillar One proposal and the potential changes for large corporations doing business in markets where they have no physical presence
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Robert J. Kiggins interviewed by Advanced American via a video webcast on Pillar 2 and its potential impact on Caribbean offshore jurisdictions

  Advanced American recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Robert J. Kiggins to discuss Pillar 2’s potential impact on Caribbean offshore jurisdictions.
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Robert Kiggins interviewed by U.S. News & World Report for an article about the proposed global tax rate

U.S. News & World Report recently interviewed Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Robert Kiggins to discuss the proposed global minimum corporate tax rate.
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Robert Kiggins selection to Law 360 2021 Tax Authority International Tax Advisory Board

Law 360 announced on April 19, 2021, that Robert J. Kiggins, the Tax Practice Group Leader at Culhane Meadows, was chosen as a member of the 2021 Law 360 Tax Authority International Editorial  Advisory Board.
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Robert Kiggins authors article for Law360: Foreign Income Regs Provide Some Clarity But Issues Remain

  Law360 recently published an article authored by Culhane Meadows’ New York partner, Robert Kiggins, about the final GILTI and FDII regulations that were released by the Treasury Department in July.  
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Robert Kiggins interviewed by Millionacres for an article about the proposal by IRS to consolidate Section 1031 rules

Millionacres recently interviewed our New York partner Robert Kiggins to discuss the IRS’s proposed changes to Section 1031 rules for like-kind property held for business, trade, or investment purposes.
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Robert Kiggins authors article for Law 360: IRS Hearing Likely Eases Cloud Tax Rules’ Implementation

  Law 360 recently published an article authored by our New York partner, Robert Kiggins, about recent IRS hearings impacting cloud taxation.  
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Bob Kiggins Authors for Law360: How the Recent Tax Cuts and Job Act Incentivizes IP Asset Repatriation

Our NY-based partner, Robert Kiggins, has authored a by-lined article for Law360.com concerning the impact of the recent Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA) on corporate repatriation of their intellectual property assets. He writes, in part: Much has been written about how the recent Tax Cuts
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Robert Kiggins quoted in Banking trade report on Large Cash Deposits

Robert Kiggins of Culhane Meadows’ New York office was consulted for and quoted in a report published on DepositAccounts.com titled: “Why you need to Be Careful with Large Cash Bank Deposits.”
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US Tax Outlook in a Trump World, IBSA NYC 2/17/17

Join Robert Kiggins of Culhane Meadows, Scott Davis of WithumSmith+Brown and Brandon Roman of Squire Patton Boggs in New York at 09:00 am on Tuesday 7th February 2017 at the office of WithumSmith+Brown, 1411 Broadway, 9th Floor, NY 10018. The morning discussion group meeting will be o
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Trump Estate Tax Plan Outlook at Mid-December, 2016

Under current US law, for 2017, the estate and gift tax exemption will be $5.49 million per individual, up from $5.45 million in 2016. That means an individual can pass $5.49 million to his or her heirs and pay no federal estate or gift tax. Surviving spouses can port over each other’
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