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Chaya is a partner and the Lead of Withum’s International Business Tax with more than 10 years professional experience, including public accounting and private industry. She has expertise in advising U.S. and foreign multinational companies on the tax implications of their international operations as well as coordinating U.S. tax laws with foreign tax laws to develop an optimal worldwide tax strategy.

Chaya is fluent in the rules and regulations regarding controlled foreign corporations, PFICs, withholding taxes, income tax treaty analysis, check-the-box planning, FIRPTA, and foreign informational reporting forms.

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She is responsible for a variety of assignments with domestic and international companies, including tax due diligence, tax compliance, tax provision and uncertain tax positions; global tax minimization planning; subpart F analysis and computation; foreign tax credit studies; earnings and profit studies; acquisitions and dispositions of operating units; and other related matters. She formerly worked for PwC and global hedge fund Caxton Associates.

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Looks Like the IRS Does Listen to Main Street After All - IRS Announces Temporary Relief on Key Foreign Tax Credit Rules

In what seems to be an unprecedented turn of events on July 21, 2023, the IRS released Notice 2023-55, providing temporary relief for taxpayers in determining which foreign taxes are […]

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Schedule K-2/3 Is Back for 2022 With a Bite

Update: Hold On to Your Seats: More Changes to the Schedule K-2/3 Rollout! The IRS released a newer draft of the Schedule K-2/3 instructions. These draft instructions modify the Domestic […]

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IRS Announces Broad-Based Penalty Relief

On August 24, 2022, the IRS issued Notice 2022-36 to announce broad-based penalty relief for certain failure to file penalties with respect to tax returns for taxable years 2019 and […]

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