Host: Vickie Carr, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP
Presenters: Alice Loo, managing director, Deloitte Tax LLP
Samantha Pietsch, managing director, Deloitte Tax LLP
1.0 Overview CPE credit | Accounting
As we progress through the quarters, there are a number of developments that companies should be considering for both interim and year-end tax accounting purposes. Now is the time to think about how your organization will plan for these changes and the related impact on income tax reporting. We’ll discuss:
- Tax accounting considerations related to legislative developments
- Pillar Two as companies continue preparing for implementation
- Regulatory updates including a closer look at the proportional amortization method
Meet the speakers
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.
Alice consults with companies on the application of US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) Accounting Standards Codification (ASC 740) involving various topics such as business combinations, equity compensation, and intra-period allocation. Alice was previously on a two-year assignment with Deloitte China, during which she provided technical knowledge and experience on the application of US accounting standards. Alice contributes to the development of technical content for Deloitte’s internal and client training programs. She is a frequent instructor on accounting for income tax topics at all levels of Deloitte training in the US and China and has spoken at programs organized by the Tax Executives Institute, American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, and CPA Australian (Shanghai) Limited. She has been published by The Tax Executive. Alice received a BS in economics from Duke University, a MAcc from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and an MS in taxation from Golden Gate University.