Host: Vickie Carr, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP
As the world emerges from the pandemic, big changes bringing new challenges for companies may be on the horizon: hybrid working as teams are starting to return to the office, and significant changes to tax legislation are being proposed. As planning for year-end 2021 begins, join the webcast for insights on relevant financial reporting matters—what’s new, and how to best prepare as year-end approaches. We’ll discuss:
- Legislative update and related tax accounting impacts
- Tax department considerations heading into year end
- Relevant Q3 and year-to-date financial reporting considerations and hot topics
Meet the host
Vickie is a partner in Deloitte Tax LLP. She has been with Deloitte for more than 30 years serving public and private clients in several industries, including many of our largest multinational clients. Vickie has spent the majority of her career specializing in tax accounting, specifically consulting with clients on ASC 740 matters. She currently leads our National Tax Accounting Group, a project-based group that provide tax accounting services such as outsourced and co-sourced provisions, transaction support including acquisition accounting and carve-out services, and deferred tax validations (i.e., tax basis balance sheets). She works with Deloitte’s Washington National Tax—Accounting for Income Taxes Group. Vickie is a frequent speaker at internal and external conferences on tax accounting topics, including client roundtables, external training, client-specific training, and Dbriefs for executives.
Sally has been with Deloitte for more than 14 years, three of which were spent in Deloitte’s Washington National Tax offices working in both the subchapter C and international tax groups. While in the Washington National Tax office, Sally served on project teams advising the firm’s largest clients on complex transactions including spin-offs, acquisitions and dispositions, global internal restructurings, section 165(g) loss transactions, bankruptcies and section 382 issues, including drafting IRS ruling requests and firm opinions and memoranda. Prior to her time in the Washington National Tax office, Sally spent more than six years in the firm’s federal tax practice in Omaha with a focus on clients in the retail industry, including tax consulting, FAS 109, and tax compliance.