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As companies account for the new US tax reform provisions in their financial statements, staying informed is critical. How do recent FASB updates, SAB 118, and disclosure requirements apply to key tax law provisions? We’ll discuss the financial statement accounting and reporting implications of: Participants will gain valuable insights on accounting for and disclosure of the impact of the new legislation and other practical considerations around financial statement reporting requirements.
An informed view of relevant state tax considerations is important for a comprehensive analysis of the sweeping federal tax reform provisions recently enacted. What should tax executives know? Participants will learn about how federal tax reform could play out at the state level and implications of those changes to their business.
US tax reform includes significant modifications to both domestic and international provisions of the US Tax Code. What should inbound companies and their parent organizations know? Participants will learn how these provisions might impact their business and explore potential tax planning considerations.
Tax reform represents the most significant change in US tax policy since 1986, and its impact on global mobility and rewards programs should not be overlooked. What are important considerations for companies as they revisit their current policies? Participants will learn how planning can benefit their organization's global mobility and rewards program activities as new tax laws are enacted.
Increasingly, tax authorities around the world are requesting large volumes of detailed information from businesses for processing and e-auditing tax returns. How can your organization respond to these requirements, including obligations to provide data from across the business, often within strict time frames? Participants will learn about these requirements and considerations for being in compliance.
Congressional efforts to enact tax reform include potential changes to the tax code that are quite broad. What recent tax legislative and regulatory developments could significantly impact your company’s business models? Participants will learn about what could be the first meaningful tax reform in three decades while exploring emerging requirements that could impact businesses and practical steps to be taken in response.
Adoption of the new revenue recognition standard under ASC 606 could result in many unexpected tax technical and technology implications for companies. What transfer pricing-specific impacts can you expect? Participants will gain insights on the transfer pricing issues arising from the new revenue recognition standard and ways to address them.
Because multinational companies face additional filing and reporting requirements, both domestically and abroad, tax departments are looking for ways to gain efficiencies through process changes and technology adoption. What are trends and effective practices around local tax provision preparation, including some different approaches to automation? Participants will learn how tax departments of multinational companies are addressing the challenges of their global tax provision responsibilities.