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It’s important to stay ahead of tax reporting changes and associated issues your organization should be considering. What financial reporting matters may be important for you as you approach year end? Gain valuable insights on the latest developments and their impact on financial reporting for taxes.
New York State and City passed corporate income tax reform legislation in 2014 with an eye toward addressing ambiguities and avoiding tax controversies. Absent final regulations, and with the State and City still challenging taxpayers on several pre-reform tax issues, are clarity and certainty likely anytime soon? Participants will explore potential implications of legislative, regulatory, and administrative developments in New York.
Every year, changes in the tax environment have some impact on year-end employment tax reporting. What recent developments should you factor into your planning as 2017 comes to a close? Participants will explore ways to reduce the costs of year-end employment tax reporting errors, learn about potential refund opportunities, and prepare for future organizational transactions.
Companies routinely modify the terms of outstanding debt instruments. Modifications that are considered to be significant under the rules of Treas. Reg. § 1.1001-3 result in a deemed satisfaction and reissuance of the outstanding debt. In light of the regulations, what are the important considerations when modifying the terms of debt? Participants will explore ways to modify terms of outstanding debt instruments while complying with the rules associated with financing transactions.
The latest wave of digital technology brings opportunities for tax executives to reimagine their tax operating model to drive efficiencies and retool and refocus tax on high-value, high-risk activities. How effectively is your organization adapting to the digital era? Participants will learn how the tax department components of people, process, technology, data, and governance can be configured to deliver value.
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.
For companies that use buying agents as intermediaries when sourcing products in foreign countries, changes in consumer behavior have dramatically changed the industry landscape. How should intercompany arrangements and related international tax approaches be adjusted? Participants will explore transfer pricing and international tax implications of evolving relationships between companies and their buying agents.