Most tax departments are well equipped to file consolidated tax returns from year to year. But in our experience, too little attention is paid to some of the underpinnings of the consolidated return system, which means that the company may not be positioned to make timely tax decisions when the business demands it. When the CEO needs to know the tax impact of selling a subsidiary, will your department be ready? When the private equity owner calls to understand the impact of paying a large distribution, is your response time measured in hours or weeks? Tune into our webcast as we help tax professionals prepare for future transactions and make decisions about what is coming.
Illustrate the impact of filing consolidated returns on future decisions.
Analyze the application of the consolidated return regulations on stock basis and earnings and profits.
Identify potential pitfalls that may impact your proposed transactions.
Recognize opportunities for planning, as well as ways to prepare for future transactions while managing professional fees.
Russ Daniel, partner, Mergers and Acquisitions, Charlotte, NC.
Paul Beecy, partner, Mergers and Acquisitions, Boston, Mass.
Bryan Keith, managing director, Corporate tax, Washington National Tax Office
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Recommended Field of Study: Tax
Program Level: Overview
Delivery Method: Group-internet
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