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The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (BBA) implemented the centralized partnership audit regime for tax years beginning after December 31, 2017. How do the BBA partnership audit procedures fundamentally change partnership tax examinations? Participants will learn about these procedures and related relevant considerations.
New Jersey passed corporate, indirect, and individual tax legislation and authorized a general tax amnesty in July 2018 effecting broad, foundational changes. What should tax executives know and how can you prepare for the changes? Participants will explore the many new tax rules and their potential implications for businesses and individuals.
As robotics, cognitive tools, and artificial intelligence systems grow in sophistication, many jobs are being reinvented, creating the augmented workforce. The tax department is no different, and the tax workforce of the future will be very different than today’s. Participants will learn how this trend is gathering speed and forcing tax departments to reconsider how they design jobs, organize work, and plan for future growth.
As 2018 comes to a close, calendar-year companies are preparing for year-end, working through traditional ASC 740 challenges and new 2017 US tax legislation-related items. In addition, with the measurement period provided by SAB 118 coming to a close, calendar and fiscal year-end companies will be finalizing financial impacts on their tax provision. Participants will gain valuable insights on important year-end tax accounting issues and opportunities.