The jury is still out on whether banks are big winners or big losers from tax reform. What's certain is that the new tax law promises major changes that require new strategies for tax efficiency.
Gain insights to these issues as presenters from Grant Thornton LLP and Bloomberg explore the revisions that specifically impact banks, opportunities for tax savings, and the business effects of the tax bill.
This webcast will specifically dive into:
- Exploring changes in interest expense deductibility and alternative financing, as well as executive compensation
- Discussing minimizing the impact of negative provisions
- Describing how tax reform may impact the bank’s products and services
In short, this webcast will help tax professionals prepare their institutions for implementing the changes in the new tax law.
- Discuss the overhaul thrust of the new tax law and its effect on banks
- Identify strategies and solutions in key areas of tax reform, including interest expense and executive compensation
- Explain the impact of revisisions in other areas like deferred taxes, net operating losses, capital expenditures and REITS
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- Bill Reilly, Partner, Tax Services, Grant Thornton LLP
- Dan Gross, Senior Manager, Tax Services, Grant Thornton LLP
- Joseph Hagedorn, Tax Law Editor, Business Entities and Tax Accounting, Bloomberg Tax
- Warren Joseph, Assistant Managing Editor, Federal Tax, Bloomberg Tax
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