At the end of 2017 Congress passed the most significant tax reform in three decades, redefining how U.S. corporations are taxed on their foreign earnings and implementing several provisions that significantly impact companies with inbound investments. These sweeping changes created a tremendous need for regulatory guidance. As 2019 comes to a close, the international tax team at Grant Thornton’s Washington National Tax Office will discuss where we stand with respect to Tax Cuts and Jobs Act related regulatory guidance issued to date. The team will also break down Treasury’s most recently released regulations in detail and provide insights on opportunities and traps for the unwary. In addition there will be a preview of regulations expected to be issued in the near future, helping you to plan for tax year 2020 and beyond.
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of the most recent regulatory guidance
- Describe how the regulations may impact your organization.
- Identify unique fact patterns to which the regulations apply and assess the impact.
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- David Sites, National Managing Partner, International Tax Services, Washington National Tax Office
- David Zaiken, Managing Director, Washington National Tax Office
- Cory Perry, Senior Manager, Washington National Tax Office
- Mike Del Medico, Manager, Washington National Tax Office
- Yasmin Dirks, Manager, Washington National Tax Office
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Basic understanding of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
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