The Impact of the Revenue Reconciliation act of 1993 on International Taxtion
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The Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 introduced numerous modifications to foreign taxation. I have briefly summarized how these code sections appeared and were applied prior to and after these revisions. The objective of my extended research was to determine the impact of the modifications on United States taxpayers, specifically, U.S. multinational corporations. I began my study with a detailed analysis of the tax law prior to the '93 Act and proceeded to adjust my knowledge with a similar in depth investigation of the modifications. To determine an overall impact from the tax changes, I interviewed an international tax specialist with both "big six" and "corporate" experience and analyzed numerous articles from specialized periodicals. Primary resources were consulted in every stage and section of my research.