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Time the repatriation of foreign-source earnings to coincide with “excess limitation” years.Deduct foreign taxes in years when the deduction benefit exceeds the FTC benefit.Convert deductions related to foreign-source income so that they now relate to U.S.-source income instead.POINTS:1DIFFICULTY:EasyLEARNINGOBJECTIVES:SCPE.HRMY.15.LO: 9-05 - LO: 9-05NATIONALSTANDARDS:United States - BUSPORG: AnalyticSTATESTANDARDS:United States - AK - AICPA: FN-ReportingKEYWORDS:Bloom's: ComprehensionOTHER:Time: 10 min.Match the definition with the correct term.a.Inboundb.Outboundc.Allocation and apportionmentd.Qualified business unite.Tax havenf.Income tax treatyg.Section 482DIFFICULTY:EasyLEARNINGOBJECTIVES:SCPE.HRMY.15.LO: 9-01 - LO: 9-01SCPE.HRMY.15.LO: 9-02 - LO: 9-02SCPE.HRMY.15.LO: 9-03 - LO: 9-03SCPE.HRMY.15.LO: 9-04 - LO: 9-04SCPE.HRMY.15.LO: 9-05 - LO: 9-05NATIONALSTANDARDS:United States - BUSPORG: AnalyticSTATESTANDARDS:United States - AK - AICPA: FN-ReportingKEYWORDS:Bloom's: KnowledgeOTHER:Time: 2 min.147.Bilateral agreement between two countries related to tax issues.ANSWER:fPOINTS:1
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148.U.S. taxpayers earning income outside the United States.ANSWER:bPOINTS:1149.Foreign taxpayers earning income inside the United States.ANSWER:aPOINTS:1150.Method for sourcing income and deductions.ANSWER:cPOINTS:1151.Treasury powers over transfer pricing.ANSWER:gPOINTS:1152.A country with very low or no income tax.ANSWER:ePOINTS:1153.A business operation that accounts for profits and losses using its functional currency.ANSWER:dPOINTS:1Match the definition with the correct term. Not all of the terms have a match. A definition can be used more than once.a.Foreign base company incomeb.Foreign personal holding company incomec.Controlled foreign corporationd.U.S. shareholdere.Previously taxed incomef.More than 10 percentg.More than 50 percenth.More than 80 percentDIFFICULTY:EasyLEARNINGOBJECTIVES:SCPE.HRMY.15.LO: 9-05 - LO: 9-05NATIONALSTANDARDS:United States - BUSPORG: AnalyticSTATESTANDARDS:United States - AK - AICPA: FN-ReportingKEYWORDS:Bloom's: KnowledgeOTHER:Time: 2 min.154.Owner of shares counted in determining whether a foreign corporation is a controlled foreign corporation.ANSWER:dPOINTS:1155.A CFC’s profits from sales of goods and services.
ANSWER:aPOINTS:1156.Portfolio income treated as Subpart F income.ANSWER:bPOINTS:1157.A non-U.S. subsidiary whose income may be taxed to the U.S. parent before repatriation.ANSWER:cPOINTS:1158.Upon repatriation to a CFC, it does not create dividend income.ANSWER:ePOINTS:1159.Ownership threshold for U.S. shareholders to be deemed a controlled foreign corporation.ANSWER:gPOINTS:1Match the definition with the correct term. Not all of the terms have a match. A definition can be used more than once.aIndirect creditbDirect creditcOnedTwoeTenfTwentygGross-up (§ 78)hOverall foreign lossDIFFICULTY:EasyLEARNINGOBJECTIVES:SCPE.HRMY.15.LO: 9-05 - LO: 9-05NATIONALSTANDARDS:United States - BUSPORG: AnalyticSTATESTANDARDS:United States - AK - AICPA: FN-Measurement -AICPA: FN-MeasurementKEYWORDS:Bloom's: KnowledgeOTHER:Time: 2 min.

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