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The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH Act) was enacted on December 18, 2015. The law makes permanent or extends a number of Internal Revenue Code provisions and includes changes that potentially affect every multinational that has US business interests. What should tax executives know? Learn about the international tax changes in the PATH Act and how they could affect your business.
High-income-earning, globally mobile executives can be subject to tax laws in various jurisdictions. What recent global pension developments in major jurisdictions could impact your company's executives? Stay abreast of current pension-related tax law developments in the UK, Canada, and US.
Tax applications are often a patchwork quilt that can create challenges for tax planning and compliance. How can tax technology and data architecture help draw together various components and align them with the broader business? Learn how tax technology and data architecture can help align tax and business operations.
The OECD's final Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) guidance is far-reaching and has implications beyond the tax function. What are potential impacts for your organization, and how can you prepare to discuss them with your business leaders? Learn about the latest BEPS developments and how your company can plan for the new global tax environment going forward.
Today's corporate organizational structures often include pass-through entities. What should tax executives know about the increasingly complex state tax treatment of partnerships and limited liability companies? Keep up to date on this important and complex area of state taxation.
The Subchapter C area of tax focuses on the taxation of corporate transactions, including acquisitions, incorporations, domestic and international reorganizations, liquidations, distributions, redemptions, and dispositions. What are some of the recent technical developments, opportunities, and marketplace trends in the Subchapter C area that can impact your company? Learn about the latest developments in the Subchapter C area and the potential implications for your company's corporate tax transactions.
Both taxpayers and the IRS can find themselves in situations where application of the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Regulations can create unintended results or inequitable outcomes. Over the years, courts have developed equitable doctrines to remedy some inequitable outcomes. It is helpful for taxpayers and tax practitioners to have a basic understanding of the elements of these doctrines and potential areas where they could be applicable. Gain a better understanding of equitable principles and considerations.
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