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With tax reforms taking place in the US and other countries, multinational corporations face significant changes. What recent developments should tax executives consider? Participants will learn about recent changes affecting intercompany transactions.
Payroll operations for globally mobile workforces are growing more complex as tax authorities seek to expand revenue and enforce wage and tax reporting requirements. How can companies refine their existing payroll operations to address these risks on a global scale? Participants will gain insights on important developments and technology affecting mobility compensation, employment tax, and payroll operations.
With tax reform now a reality, it is time to rethink tax department processes, data models, and systems. What are important considerations for creating a sustainable, efficient, and effective tax ecosystem? Participants will learn how tax departments are moving beyond the shock of tax reform into sustainment.
The pass-throughs area of tax generally focuses on the taxation of partnerships and S corporations, along with their respective partners and shareholders. Among other things, it considers the taxation of contributions, distributions, and transfers of owners' interests. What are some recent technical developments and potential tax planning considerations that may impact your company? Participants will learn about recent developments in pass-throughs tax and potential implications for your company.
With talent expense being a significant P&L component for many organizations, evolving workforce models, tax reform, and regulatory changes can present considerable financial risk if not proactively addressed. How can a human capital balance sheet help executives see, understand, and align talent strategy, incorporating valuable input from HR, tax, finance, and other stakeholders? Participants will gain insights on the decision-making value of a human capital balance sheet.
Cloud versions of Oracle’s financial and tax applications are now getting on par with on-premise versions and, in some cases, providing more functionality. As businesses debate moving to the Oracle Cloud, how can tax departments benefit? Participants will learn ways tax departments can leverage the broader organization’s move to the Oracle Cloud.
The tax reform legislation that President Trump signed into law late last year (P.L. 115-97) extensively modifies international provisions of the US Tax Code. What emerging tax-technical issues should US companies know about, and how should these issues help shape future planning? Participants will learn how these provisions might impact their business and explore resulting tax planning considerations.