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On October 12, the G20/OECD Inclusive Framework on BEPs released two Blueprints that could fundamentally change longstanding rules governing international taxation of large multinational entities. What should tax executives know? Participants will gain insights on the Blueprints and identify how their companies could be affected.
As 2020 comes to a close, this year's year-end employment tax reporting may be more complex than usual. What should companies' factor into their planning? Participants will examine complexities of year-end employment tax reporting, identify time-sensitive compliance issues, and recognize ways that compliance can impact employee experience.
During economic downturns, governing agencies generally focus on utilizing incentives to create jobs and strengthen their economies. Both discretionary and statutory incentives continue to play a major factor in ongoing projects and growth plans of companies. Participants will be able to identify new opportunities to capture incentives, identify existing arrangements within the company that may need to be re-evaluated, and evaluate proposed legislation and its impact, if any, to the company.
The IRS plans to commence hundreds of examinations of high-income individuals and, in many instances, their related business entities. What are the key aspects of (and changes to) the IRS' approach to examining high-income taxpayers and how could these examinations affect taxpayers and their representatives? Participants will discover recent developments in the IRS approach to high-income examinations through a conversation with IRS executives.
Enterprise technologies are transitioning from legacy on-premise ERP to cloud enabled NextGen ERP. Integration of digital technologies position the tax department as key stakeholders and beneficiaries of NextGen ERP implementations. Tax has a unique opportunity to help their organization achieve significant benefits through automation and digitization of the tax department from the NextGen ERP transformation. Participants will gain insights on how tax can drive value in the context of a NextGen ERP implementation across an organization.
Transfer pricing has been a challenging proposition in this year of uncertainty. What options do US multinationals still have for year-end and post-transaction adjustments? Participants will discover how there could be ample time for their year-end transfer pricing planning and learn about various implications of and considerations for post-transaction adjustments.