Vol. 71 Nbr. 5, September 2019
- TEI at 75: Recognizing the Individuals, Departments, and Tax Systems We Serve Around the World.
- Alisa Margolis.
- Shirley Chin.
- Claiming a Foreign Tax Credit: How Exhausted Do You Really Have to Be? Missteps by taxpayers in this area can be costly and result in avoidable double taxation.
- When the IRS Says It'll 'Meet You in Paris': Recent Trends & Developments in Outbound U.S. Exchange-of-Information Techniques; The FATCA rollout and other automatic EOI procedures mean that the IRS now has much more access to international tax information about U.S. taxpayers.
- Deconstructing MAP and APA: Increased demand, new requirements to engage with IRS Examination, and efforts to come to terms with untested provisions of the TCJA have stretched APMA resources.
- Understanding and Managing Privileges in Today's Interconnected World: A complicated web of communications in a global world presents real-world challenges.
- Expect More Civil Tax Penalties: So, Now What? How to prepare for and defend against the more frequent penalties.
- TEI Proposes Changes to British Columbia's Provincial Sales Tax as Part of Annual Budget Process.
- TEI Files Amicus Brief on the Merits With the Louisiana Supreme Court in the Jefferson Parish v. Wal-Mart.com USA Case.
- TEI Comments on Possible Changes to GST/HST Joint Venture Election.
- A Survival Guide for In-House Accountants.
- Korean Versus U.S. Tax Controversy Practice.