Vol. 67 Nbr. 5, September - September 2015
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- On the job - and thrilled to be here.
- Emerging leader: Ralf Thelosen.
- 2015-16 Executive Committee.
- John Schoenecker becomes TEI's newest tax counsel.
- Awards scholarships to taxation specialty students.
- Hosts annual All-Day Conference.
- Hold TEI/IRS Liaison Meeting.
- Holds tax conference.
- Hosts 49th Annual Canadian Tax Conference.
- Hosts annual chapter meeting.
- Hosts annual conference.
- Rita Makaris.
- State tax incentives become bargaining chips in a globally mobile economy.
- Tax technology: forging forward - but how fast and in which direction? Data rules the tax technology roost, elevating professionals who embrace its potential, but the "new normal" is not without its pitfalls.
- How to bind without getting in one: avoiding controversy over signature authority issues.
- Corporate structure and the evolving tax function: as the tax role elevates in importance, so does status in corporate hierarchy.
- The impact of Loving and Ridgely on corporate tax practice: former OPR director reflects on her tenure at the IRS.
- TEI comments on FASB's guidance on intra-entity asset transfers.
- TEI comments on revised OECD PE discussion draft.
- TEI comments on BEPS Action 8: CCAs.
- TEI responds to proposed amendments to Canadian nonresident withholding rules.
- TEI comments on revised OECD treaty abuse discussion draft.
- TEI comments on BEPS hard-to-value intangibles discussion draft.
- Continuing education calendar.
- The IRS, privilege, and transparency.
- TEI EMEA Chapter celebrates its fifteenth anniversary.