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On October 13th, the US Treasury and the IRS published final and temporary regulations under section 385. Join our Washington National Tax practice and a special invited guest from the US Department of the Treasury for an in-depth look at the regulations. Learn about the new regulations and possible effects on your company's current and future financing and transactions.
The IRS has issued new rules that impact the issuers and holders of convertible bonds. What should tax executives know about these changes? Understand important details about recent tax rule changes that could impact convertible debt offerings and learn how your company might be affected.
In 2013 and 2014, the IRS enacted changes to its appeals process as part of the Appeals Judicial Approach and Culture (AJAC) project. How have these changes impacted cases in appeals? Learn about recent changes made in appeals and professionals' experiences working with appeals since AJAC's implementation.
Mergers, acquisitions, spinoffs, and other corporate transactions can span the globe and have profound employee-related tax and talent impacts. What global mobility, payroll, rewards, and talent issues are important to consider? Explore the lifecycle of a transaction to understand ways to drive value and take advantage of key windows of opportunity.
Canada continues to refine its transfer pricing laws and strengthen compliance enforcement. What recent issues should you know about? Hear the latest updates on Canada's transfer pricing environment and how your company can adjust planning, compliance, and reporting appropriately.
Tax professionals should be prepared to address many important developments in an ever-changing state tax environment and understand their practical implications. What are hot topics for year-end 2016? Learn about some of the more important areas that you should be considering as year-end approaches.
Whether a company is a buyer or seller, almost every business transaction involves some form of indirect tax. Add an international footprint and various technologies, and the complexity of global indirect tax management can grow exponentially. Explore the challenges of using multiple technologies in the indirect tax area and learn how to address related tax requirements.
Tax executives often want to know which software might be best for their organization. Because each company's circumstances are different, a deeper understanding of a software package's capabilities and the software company's overall vision can be instructive. What should tax executives know about in making that decision? Hear how technology has been leveraged in several companies and how it might be applied to your department.