International Tax Conference 2019 WEBCAST
May 22, 2019
Event start time: 8:00am
Website: Not available
CPE Credits: 8.00
Also Approved for: 0.00
Course Type: Webcast (Group Internet Based)
Course Level: Basic
Fees: Member - $305.00 NonMember - $405.00
Objectives: Attend the only WSCPA conference focused entirely on untangling the complicated web of international taxation and ensure you have the most relevant and up-to-date information to serve businesses in today's international marketplace.
- International Corporate Tax changes
- Changes in controlled foreign corporation definition and sub-part F rules
- Section 965
- Mandatory Repatriation
- GILTI and BEAT
- Sales of Controlled Foreign Corporations after the TCJA
- Planning For US Persons That Invest and Do Business Outside the United States
- Cross Border Retirement Plans
- U.S.-Canada Transactions for Individuals and Privately Held Companies
- New US Tax Regime: Time to Re-think Planning Paradigms for Non-Residents and Other Musings of a US Tax Lawyer
- Resolving International Compliance Matters in a Post-OVDP World
- International Tax Compliance – Overview of New Form 5471 and Form 5472
Designed For: CPAs and tax professionals with a focus on international issues.
Advanced Prep: None
Please note that select conference sessions will be webcast. Please check the session descriptions below to confirm which sessions will be available for viewing.
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one business day in advance of the conference.
An electronic PDF manual is included in the cast of your registration and will be available for download
3 business days prior to the conference.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has fundamentally changed how CPAs approach international tax planning and compliance. This year's International Tax Conference will help you navigate both tax planning and compliance and advise your clients with ease. Find out how to spot potential international compliance issues, learn what’s new with the landscape for GILTI vs. FDII deductions, and unpack the changes to the new Forms 5471 and 5472. Plus, get the latest on advising American clients who invest and do business outside the US, and discover common US/Canadian tax issues. Register now!