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The 2017 federal tax legislation’s extensive changes to international provisions of the US Tax Code continue to reverberate through multinational companies. What recent 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.
Many changes in state tax legislation and rule-making are being enacted in 2019, prompted by 2017 federal tax law changes. What important developments should you be aware of? Participants will explore the latest state and local tax developments as tax authorities continue to respond to federal tax reform.
The 2017 tax legislation has created many compliance questions and issues. What is the current state of the IRS and its Small Business/Self Employed (SBSE) Division, including important changes to key programs and initiatives, and how could these developments impact taxpayers and their representatives? Participants will gain insights from conversations with the SBSE Division commissioner and other senior leaders of the division about recent developments in SBSE key programs and initiatives.
Alignment of a multinational company’s operating model and global tax objectives is an important factor affecting corporate profitability and shareholder value. Yet competing priorities, compounded by a rapidly changing US and global tax environment, can impact executive decision making. What can tax executives do? Participants will learn how value chain alignment can inform development of a tax model based on operations and a business model reflecting global tax objectives.
What new income tax accounting developments have emerged since the beginning of 2019? What other issues should you consider as the year unfolds? Participants will gain valuable insights into interim accounting for income taxes and the latest developments impacting financial reporting for taxes.