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Navigating what’s next
With the next round of substantial federal and state tax law changes in process, companies need to identify the changes that may affect their organization to help manage their state tax posture. What areas are states focused on during these changing times? Participants will gain insights into the ever changing and complex state tax landscape affecting multinational businesses and position their company to properly comply with these new provisions.
As 2021 comes to a close, calendar-year companies are preparing for year-end, working through traditional ASC 740 challenges. Additionally, many are analyzing potential impacts of the various tax proposals in advance of anticipated new US tax legislation. Participants will gain valuable insights on important year-end tax accounting issues, disclosures about the potential impact of any new legislation, and other practical considerations around financial statement reporting requirements.
March 23, 2022 (more details to come)
June 29, 2022 (more details to come)
Environmental sustainability has become a critical area of focus for organizations. The link between mobility and environmental impact became more apparent during the pandemic. It’s not yet clear how best to elicit meaningful sustainable change and where global mobility fits in to the return to work. Participants will assess where opportunities exist in their own organizations to support and align with their company’s broader sustainability goals and identify the critical first steps to take.
The post-pandemic environment has companies reevaluating operating expenses and looking for ways to increase cash flow. Proactive multistate tax planning may present opportunities for organizations to identify potential cash tax savings and effectively manage their tax position. Participants will identity potential areas for opportunities to recover overpaid taxes via refund claims and prospective filing positions that may have an immediate impact to cash flows.