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One of our Mexican subsidiaries, 100% owned by the US sub,

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One of our Mexican subsidiaries, 100% owned by the US sub, has a permanent establishment (PE) in the US this year, and is going to generate income, with potential USD1.5M tax. What tax form(s) we should file for this year to the IRS? 1120F?
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The Mexican subsidiary has to file its own Form 1120-F, reporting the income and expenses earned in the US.

On your US tax return, you still have to file a Form 5471, reporting the Mexican subsidiary. You also now have to track the income that has been taxed in the US on the Mexican side. It is what they refer to as PTI - Previously Taxed Income. When the Mexican subsidiary pays a dividend to the US company, part of it will be US-sourced and be previously taxed income, so you won't pay tax on it again.

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