Please join Tax Analysts and the Kogod Tax Center at American University for a roundtable discussion in which we will ask how we should think about small businesses and, in turn, how we should tax them.
Join a focused, hands-on, educational assembly of more than 40 presenters representing tax leaders from business, government, and academia for a unique two-day symposium focusing on the changing global tax landscape and the business complexities resulting from unprecedented regulation and increased competition.
The technical program will consist of two days of panel sessions that include topics on territorial tax systems, income taxation of U.S. multinationals, foreign tax credit limitations, treaty developments, and etc.
Please join Tax Analysts and the Georgetown University Law Center for panel presentations and discussions during which we will review the current demands on the IRS and ask what resources it needs to do its job.
A three-day educational conference that includes session topics on tax reform, financial reporting issues, alternative apportionment, transfer pricing, and etc.
The global financial crisis drained government coffers and rocked public confidence around the world. Many leaders now believe taxes on financial transactions and/or financial activities could relieve these shortfalls and shore up the public’s faith in the workings of economies near and far. Some policymakers and observers want to coordinate these new taxes internationally to avoid the flight of financial markets.
Please join us for a roundtable discussion on taxes and the rich when we will ask what the rich should pay, and why.
This timely and unique one-day conference will enable fund managers to overcome the challenges of FATCA implementation.
Two of the nation's leading commentators — Tax Analysts' Lee Sheppard and Paul W. Oosterhuis from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP — will debate the extent to which our current sourcing and transfer pricing rules are broken, the role subpart F can play in fixing these rules for US based multinationals, and whether the existing international consensus on arms length pricing and the primacy of bilateral tax treaties should be rethought.
Please join us for a roundtable discussion on taxes and the poor in which we will discuss what the poor pay in taxes, what they should pay, and why.
A conference exploring key issues for developers and investors that will shine a light on what the future holds for financing and developing historic buildings using the HTC.
This program brings together the nation's leading practitioners to discuss sophisticated current issues facing tax-exempt organizations and to offer practical solutions based on their own experiences in representing their clients
The OffshoreAlert Conference is an international event that brings together providers, clients and investigators of offshore products and services.
This event presents an opportunity for attendees to hear high-level Internal Revenue Service including Deputy Commissioner Steven T. Miller and LB&I Deputy Commissioner Michael Danilack as well as Treasury Department officials address current international tax issues and offer perspectives on trends and developments. Highlights of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Institute include a discussion by the Competent Authority from the United States.
Join us for a roundtable discussion on state budget challenges and their implications for state tax policy.