The 29th Annual International Tax Conference offers professionals a chance to collaborate and hear what the experts are saying about the latest tax developments and what they expect in the future.
Please join us for a roundtable discussion on corporate tax reform when we will ask whether such reform is needed and, if so, what it should look like.
This national conference will feature panel presentations regarding pros and cons of available renewable energy resources including solar, community wind, biomass, geothermal and fuel cell.
This seminar is intended for newcomers to the field as well as those seeking an up-to-the-minute refresher course
This conference will provide up-to-minute tax reporting information with IRS and industry experts. Attendees will receive two jam-packed days with all they need to know about the IRS requirements. A "get started" tutorial is also available on Sunday afternoon for those new to tax reporting, or who need a refresher of the basic rules.
See how income tax accounting has changed the way you report on deferred income taxes, giving you advantages you never had before.
Identify and avoid the traps of the crossboarder ("NRA") withholding regulations and prepare for the added responsibilities and complexities of FATCA. Hear directly from key government and industry players on the current state of play.
The OECD, USCIB, and BIAC, in cooperation with IFA-USA, ITPF, NFTC, OFII, TCPI, TEI, and Tax Foundation, will host a conference on the OECD's new international taxation initiatives.
This conference addresses key tax issues for a wide range of in-house tax and finance personnel doing business in the U.S. and Latin America.
The tax rules governing merger and acquisition activity are growing more and more complex. Learn about regulatory changes for statutory mergers or consolidations, including those involving one or more foreign corporations.
Please join us for a roundtable discussion on taxpayer guidance where we will ask how to address the growing problem of inadequate guidance from the IRS on complying with the tax code.
The Tax Officers Summit offers a unique format for solution providers to gain access to the leading tax executives across North America. Over three days, solution providers will meet and interact with senior tax executives through a number of one-on-one business meetings and many organized networking activities. In addition, solution providers will attend strategic summit sessions led by thought leaders from across the industry.
This event will feature lead U.S. government speakers such as Douglas H. Shulman, Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service and Emily McMahon, Acting Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy. Topics will include competent authority, foreign tax credit issues, ethical issues in international tax practice, and more.