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As digital transformation of the tax department continues its steady march, indirect taxes often rise to the surface as an area ripe for technology enablement. What are the major indirect tax systems and what functionalities do they offer? What important updates and enhancements should tax departments be expecting in those platforms? Participants will evaluate indirect tax software options for functionality applicable to their processes and plan for the technology needed to support increased automation of indirect tax processes.
Two important 2019 developments should interest tax executives—enactment of Oregon’s new Corporate Activity Tax (CAT) and developments associated with the Federal Interstate Income Tax Law (P.L. 86-272). What should you consider? Participants will explore complexities of the Oregon CAT and discover nuanced developments in nexus challenges and potential impacts of the MTC project, both associated with P.L. 86-272.
Global mobility programs are vital for day-to-day operations and growth of multinational businesses. How can you build an effective business case to gain leadership support and funding? Participants will identify key elements of a business case, consider the broader context in which the case will be presented, and explore ways to manage implementation strategy.
Many tax departments continue to brainstorm about how and where to apply digital technologies such as robotics, analytics, and data wrangling. Can a reliable path to value be found by combining these emerging tool sets with basic leading practices for an efficient and effective tax life cycle? Participants will review leading practices in tax operations and discover new ways to leverage tax technology.
As the December 31, 2021 sunset date approaches for the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), risks grow for companies using LIBOR to value intragroup loans and other financial arrangements. What are important considerations for tax and treasury executives? Participants will examine international tax and transfer pricing implications of the LIBOR transition and gain insights on why taking action now is so important.
It’s important to stay ahead of tax reporting changes and associated issues that may affect your organization. What tax accounting matters deserve attention at midyear 2020? Participants will gain valuable insights into interim accounting for income taxes and consider the latest developments affecting financial reporting for taxes.
The dust is settling on the extensive changes to international provisions of the US tax code, yet the impacts continue to reverberate through multinational companies. What recent tax-technical issues should US tax executives know about and how are they affecting the tax landscape? Participants will explore the complexities of these fundamental changes and evaluate how they could influence business operating models.