Conference
22 - 26 May

Deloitte Tax Accounting Conference

Learn. Grow. Advance.

Orlando, Florida
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Take part in tax accounting sessions delivered by well-known Deloitte speakers, join discussions on key topics, and explore insights live and in-person.

Conference Experience

Join us May 22-26 at the Deloitte Tax Accounting Conference 2023 in Orlando, FL. Now in its 18th year, our program will feature on-site, face-to-face courses, keynotes, and breakouts that help tax, accounting, and finance professionals understand and address the latest tax accounting challenges related to ASC 740. 

Register today on a conference that offers:

  • Four distinct and insightful tax accounting courses spread over five days
  • The opportunity to earn up to 36 hours of CPE credits
  • Networking receptions to meet and learn from your tax, accounting, and finance peers

Benefits of attending

Get educated

Our courses cover tax accounting essentials from both domestic and international perspectives. We provide a technical foundation for addressing ASC 740 by illustrating its tax implications through case studies. We also dive deeper into tax accounting complexities with breakouts on state income taxes and partnerships.

Get credit

Beyond the insights you’ll take back to your organization, our courses can have an even more direct impact on your career advancement. Up to 36 CPE credits are available to qualifying attendees of the conference, so you can come benefit from our agenda while also fulfilling your professional education requirements. 

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Get inspired

Past participant feedback: 

"Very impressed with speakers and class materials. Look forward to attending again."
"Class was excellent. Took away a lot of information and new ways of wanting to do things at my company."

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Courses, pricing and CPE credit

Pricing is set per course as a fixed rate (not per day).

Early bird pricing ends March 31, 2023.

Contact the conference mailbox for group rates of 15 or more.

Monday, May 22 – Tuesday, May 23 | $1,800 | 8:30AM – 5:30PM ET

Our 2-day Essentials session covers the technical foundation of ASC 740 using a broad-based, case-study approach. It is designed for tax, accounting, and finance professionals who have limited experience or who need a refresher course focused on preparing an income tax provision including the financial reporting requirements.

16 Accounting credits*

Wednesday, May 24 | $1,050 | 8:30AM – 5:30PM ET

Our International Essentials session covers the technical foundation of international concepts and related ASC 740 consequences. The course uses a broad-based, case-study approach and is for professionals with limited experience preparing multinational income tax provisions.

8 Accounting credits*

Wednesday, May 24 | $1,250 | 8:30AM – 5:30PM ET

Our International Complexities session includes in-depth coverage of complex, international income tax accounting issues. The discussions reflect tax legislative changes and the impact of the most current IRS guidance. The course is intended for the experienced international tax accounting professional interested in expanding their ASC 740 knowledge as it relates specifically to corporations doing business globally.

8 Accounting credits*

Thursday, May 25 – Friday, May 63 | $1,750 | 8:30AM – 5:30PM ET

Our 2-day Complexities course features a broad-based agenda covering a wide-range of complex income tax accounting issues incorporating global and US legislative changes, and complex domestic and international tax issues. This course is geared toward the experienced income tax accounting professional, doing business both domestically and globally, interested in expanding their knowledge with the ever-changing tax landscape.

Choose between two breakouts:
Option 1 - State income taxes

This course will address growing complexities in accounting for state law developments including the lingering state impact of 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. In addition to discussing separate state computations for GILTI, IRC Section 163(j), and FDII, we will also take a closer look at state current and deferred income tax as well as uncertain tax positions.

Option 2 – Partnerships

In this course, participants will focus on an overview of subchapter K, related deferred tax considerations, implications of pass-through to c corporations conversions, and other key concepts.

11 Accounting credits*

*CPE subject area and number of CPE credits are subject to review

Meet the deans

Jay Morris­
Tax Partner­ | National Leader – Tax Accounting & Provisions Competency­
Deloitte Tax LLP

Samantha Pietsch
Tax Managing Director | National Tax Accounting Group
Deloitte Tax LLP

Venue

Hotel accommodations

The JW Marriott Orlando, Bonnet Creek
14900 Chelonia Parkway
Orlando, FL 32821

$249 per night, plus taxes and fees
Check-in time: 4:00PM ET
Check-out time: 11:00AM ET

Note: A limited number of rooms are being held at the conference hotel. Reservations will be confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis. Please do not contact the hotel directly. Deloitte Meeting and Event Services will manage all reservations based on your online registration. Your registration email will serve as a hotel confirmation. Participants are responsible for paying for accommodations directly to the hotel at check-out.

Questions

Cancellation policy

If participant cancels after April 24, 2023, no refund is available.

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Deloitte Tax Accounting Conference
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22 - 26 May. 2023 Florida,
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