Vol. 61 Nbr. 1, January 2009
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- Washington liaison meetings continue tradition of excellence.
- The good news bears ... trumpeting.
- TEI's advocacy continues apace.
- 59th Midyear Conference: navigating the downturn: audits and appeals program expanded to cover foreign audits.
- TEI welcomes Dan De Jong.
- Houston chapter continues tradition of excellence.
- Atlanta Chapter meets with LMSB.
- San Francisco Chapter honors Kathy McEligot.
- 2008 High Tech Tax Institute.
- New Jersey holds full-day seminar at Meadow Wood Manor.
- Former IRS Commissioner Don Alexander.
- In honor of Joseph T. Usher and Mitchell J. Lemmo.
- Are multinationals living in a new world? The U.S. temporary cost sharing regulations.
- Adrift in a sea of uncertainty: tax accrual workpapers are work-product ... but showing them to your auditor may waive the protection.
- The growing convergence of finance and tax - what it means for the future of tax technology.
- Changing times: IRS updates "automatic" method change program.
- Seven principles to consider when preparing a tax provision for subsidiary or carve-out financial statements.
- Michigan business tax: the goal was simplification, but the result - not exactly.
- TEI comments on economic stimulus legislation.
- TEI-IRS liaison meeting.
- TEI-LMSB liaison meeting.
- OECD discussion draft on new article 7 (business profits) of the OECD Model Tax Convention.
- Chapter employment committees.
- Calendar of events.