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The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has issued the much-anticipated decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. What are potential implications of the decision for the sales-and-use tax landscape and remote sellers? Participants will gain insights into this pivotal SCOTUS decision and potential significant changes to internal systems and processes that companies may need to consider.
As the IRS moves toward a more disciplined issue-focused tax examination approach, LB&I leadership has indicated likely use of limited scope examinations and other treatment streams to achieve tax administration goals. What do taxpayers need to know about the campaign process and the recently announced corporate direct (section 901) foreign tax credit (FTC) campaign? Participants will gain valuable insight into the campaign process and the compliance issues identified for the corporate direct (section 901) FTC campaign.
What financial reporting matters may be important for your company as you approach various transactions, including continuing impacts of, current thinking about, and clarifications surrounding US tax reform? Participants will gain valuable insights on the latest developments and their impact on financial reporting for taxes.
Global businesses operate in an increasingly borderless environment with workforces shifting from traditional long-term, expat assignments to short-term, mobile employees. Yet many companies lack a tax structure that supports compliance with local regulations. Participants will gain insights on what cooperative compliance is, how it can be used to address compliance requirements, and what it might mean for global businesses.
As year one of US tax reform unfolds, the window is closing to generate potential permanent cash savings from tax planning. What should you know? Participants will explore potential opportunities to generate cash, defer tax payments, and gain insights on future guidance and reporting positions.
Transfer pricing tax legislation and regulations are evolving across the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region in the wake of the OECD BEPS initiative. What should multinational companies operating there know? Participants will gain new insights on BEPS-related changes in transfer pricing tax legislation, regulations, and enforcement activities across the CIS region and beyond.
SAP’s client base is or will be migrating from legacy versions of SAP to S/4HANA. As companies develop their migration road maps, tax departments have the rare opportunity to provide input for a tax-enabled SAP implementation. Participants will learn ways tax departments can leverage the broader organization’s move to the SAP S/4HANA.
Over the past year, the IRS has seen changes in leadership and strategy, and has embarked on many new initiatives. What developments and emerging issues should you be aware of? Participants will learn about recent IRS practice and procedure developments.