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As businesses respond to tax reform, meeting new expectations and challenges may require transformation of the tax function, rather than incremental change. What are important considerations for tax executives? Participants will explore options for reimagining their tax operating model to drive efficiencies and adapt to the digital era and tax reform.
Transfer pricing tax legislation and regulations are evolving across the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region in the wake of the OECD BEPS initiative. What should multinational companies operating there know? Participants will gain new insights on BEPS-related changes in transfer pricing tax legislation, regulations, and enforcement activities across the CIS region and beyond.
SAP’s client base is or will be migrating from legacy versions of SAP to S/4HANA. As companies develop their migration road maps, tax departments have the rare opportunity to provide input for a tax-enabled SAP implementation. Participants will learn ways tax departments can leverage the broader organization’s move to the SAP S/4HANA.
Over the past year, the IRS has seen changes in leadership and strategy, and has embarked on many new initiatives. What developments and emerging issues should you be aware of? Participants will learn about recent IRS practice and procedure developments.
By addressing tax challenges with analytics, finance organizations may achieve a better, deeper understanding of their tax data, leading to actionable insights and stronger outcomes. For tax departments, this analytics journey begins with an effective business case framework. Participants will learn about the importance of a business case for a value-driven data science approach and the framework to support it.
Data management for tax historically has been a manually intensive process that has relied on basic spreadsheet and database technologies. Today’s data requirements from tax authorities and other stakeholders demand a new, more mature methodology. Participants will gain valuable insights on the evolution of data management technologies for tax departments and how those technologies can be used to advance their organizations’ tax data management strategy.
Businesses across the United States are still weighing the impact of new and extensively modified international tax provisions contained in the 2017 Tax Act (P.L. 115-97). What recent updates 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.