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Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with one technical session (see below) starting at 9:00 a.m. followed in the afternoon with a Holiday luncheon.
The Club will be holding an ugly holiday sweater/tie contest during lunch to add a little fun to the event. The winner will be selected by meeting's attendees and a prize will be awarded. So dig into your closets and find that sweater or tie that you have been hiding all these years!
Join our panel of tax specialists, from Grant Thornton, as they look ahead into 2019 and discuss the key planning and compliance issues impacting corporate taxpayers.
Year-end tax considerations – 2019 Key Areas for Corporate Tax Departments
Income Tax Accounting Impact for Year-End
Thacher Smith, Managing Director Tax Reporting & Advisory Grant Thornton.
Accounting for income taxes is a perpetual hot topic, posing many challenges for corporate tax teams and auditors, particularly in the wake of tax reform. Thacher will cover some of the changes impacting tax reform and will also discuss the New 162(m) rules under tax reform, IRS Notice 2018-68.
· International Tax Reform issues Impacting 2019:
Ed Weaver, Senior Manager, International Tax - Grant Thornton.
Whether you have spent a great deal or not enough time ensuring compliance and planning this session will cover what you need to know and consider for the international tax provisions going into the New Year. This includes the potential and new guidance which is expected to be issued soon.
· State Taxes Update, How Should Companies Respond
Alex Laskowski, Partner. SALT - Grant Thornton.
With the US Supreme Court’s South Dakota v. Wayfair decision, states may now impose sales tax collection responsibility on entities based on economic nexus, not just an in-state physical presence creating a host of new risks and considerations for companies regarding both state sales and income taxes. We will cover the following areas of Sales Tax Nexus, Compliance, Legislative Developments and income tax implications.
· General Q&A