Vol. 70 Nbr. 2, March 2018
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- Cherry Blossoms, Maybe; Tax Reform, Finally; TEI's Midyear Conference, Always!(Tax Executives Institute) (President's page)
- Brian Mustard.
- TEI Holds Liaison Meetings With Canada Revenue Agency and Department of Finance.
- TEI Honored for Role in State Tax Notes' 'Project of the Year'.
- CINCINNATI-COLUMBUS CHAPTER: Holds Annual Student Night.
- PHILADELPHIA CHAPTER: Holds Annual Wine Tasting and KPMG Continuing Education Event.
- Teri Hull.
- Managing Multiple Generations Within Your Department or Team.
- OECD Corporate Tax Rates.
- Tax-Efficient Supply Chain in Shadow of Tax Reform: GILTI, FDII, and BEAT: they're not just acronyms - they require reassessing tax consequences of existing supply chain structures.
- Nuts, Bolts, and Nuances of the Competent Authority Process: Relief is provided in most cases, but pitfalls and new issues are multiplying.
- Anatomy of a Multijurisdictional Dispute: Recent tax reform presents additional considerations.
- The View From the Corner Office: What Keeps Them Up at Night? It's tax reform, international issues, succession planning, growth versus risk, and dealing with multiple stakeholders and interested parties, including the media to name just a few.
- TEI Comments on European Commission Digital Economy Survey regarding 'fair taxation of the digital economy,' disagreeing with the Commission's proposed alternatives to taxing digital commerce.
- TEI Submits Comments on Proposed Changes to the Canada Revenue Agency's Voluntary Disclosures Program.
- TEI Submits Comments to the IRS in Response to Notice 2017-36 on the Final Documentation Regulations Under Section 385.
- TEI Alerts Congress to Unintended Consequences of Retaining Corporate AMT in Tax Reform under H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
- Continuing Education Calendar.
- BEPS and Allocation of Taxing Rights.
- Is Your Company's Tax Department a De Facto Family Office?
- Refund Claims: Don't Leave Money on the Table.
- TEI EMEA Chapter Partners With University of Lausanne.