Branch profits tax

This additional income tax is imposed by the IRS on foreign companies that earn profits from their U.S. business operations. Foreign companies pay the BPT as well as the normal income tax on their U.S. profits. You calculate it as a percentage of after-tax profits.

A foreign corporation that is engaged, or determined to be engaged, in active conduct of a U.S. trade or business is subject to the Branch Profit Tax.

Branch Profits Tax -- Basic Rules:

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