21 Jun.

Financial accounting and reporting for income taxes: Midyear update

Tax Accounting & Provisions

Friday, 01:00 p.m.  ET | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants will analyze these important developments and explore their potential effects on financial reporting for income taxes.

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Key takeaways

Host: Jay Morris, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP

Presenters: Jackie Barnes, managing director, Deloitte Tax LLP
                      Krystle Kort, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP

1.0 Overview CPE credit | Accounting

It’s important to stay ahead of tax reporting changes and associated issues that may affect your organization. Which tax accounting matters deserve attention at midyear 2024? We’ll discuss:

  • Frequently asked questions addressed in Deloitte’s recent publication about tax accounting for Pillar Two
  • Pillar Two practical takeaways and observations from Q1
  • Tax accounting considerations related to other legislative developments

Meet the speakers

Jay Morris

Jay Morris

Partner – National Tax Accounting & Provision Services Leader

Jay is a senior partner in the New Jersey office. Prior to taking the role as Tax Accounting & Provision Services NCL, he served as the East Region Tax Accounting Competency Leader. Jay has more than 25 years of experience serving as either Lead Client Service Partner or Lead Tax Partner on several large, multi-national clients across numerous industries including financial services, technology, and consumer business. A frequent speaker externally on ASC740 matters, Jay is also heavily involved in national training events.

Krystle Kort

Krystle Kort

Partner | Deloitte Tax LLP

As a partner in Accounting for Income Taxes Group, Krystle specializes in accounting for income taxes under both US GAAP and IFRS.  This includes consulting with clients and engagement teams regarding valuation allowances, interim reporting, intraperiod tax allocations, and outside basis differences.  She also consults on complex transactions such as acquisition accounting, internal restructurings, and divestitures.  Krystle is a frequent speaker at Deloitte events, including Deloitte’s Tax Accounting Conference, and has been a guest lecturer at national and regional events for Tax Executives Institute. She is a contributor and reviewer of content for Deloitte’s Roadmap: Income Taxes and other publications. Krystle earned her BA (accounting) from Central Michigan University. 

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