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A data forward tax department can deftly manage disparate data from inside and outside the tax department as the foundation for digital tax planning and compliance. What does a data forward tax department look like? Participants will discover emerging data management solutions and principles, examine tax use cases, and prepare for their own digital journey.
As the tax landscape changes due to OECD initiatives and 2017 US tax legislation, so do the challenges and potential opportunities to execute international tax planning during the merger and acquisition (M&A) cycle. How can tax executives create value in upcoming transactions? Participants will discover changes in the global tax environment affecting M&A transactions and identify steps they can take to make future transactions tax efficient.
Chapters 3 and 4 on withholding in the Internal Revenue Code have created many compliance questions and concerns for taxpayers. What are important changes to FATCA compliance initiatives and other key offshore compliance programs, and how could these developments impact taxpayers and their representatives? Participants will discover recent developments in key programs and initiatives through a conversation with the IRS Director, Withholding and International Individual Compliance and evaluate how they may affect their own organizations.
The digital economy is gaining increased attention from tax authorities within the US and internationally. What should financial and tax executives know and do? Participants will examine how businesses, not just highly digitalized ones, could be affected by evolving US and international tax policies, and explore ways to prepare.
As year-end 2019 approaches, new regulations and guidance give many tax departments more to accomplish in a short period of time. What tax accounting and financial reporting matters may be important for your company as the new year gets closer? Participants will review the latest tax accounting developments and assess their impact on financial reporting for taxes.