Wednesday, 7 February 2018, 4.00 – 5.00 pm CET
While US tax reform is focused on measures at federal level, it will lead to a diverse and wide-ranging number of state tax implications as a result of how/whether states conform to the federal Internal Revenue Code provisions. There are accordingly a number of critical elements that have the potential to significantly affect state tax and financial statements, such as deemed repatriation toll charge; interest expense limitations; and the international provisions discussed on our previous calls, namely BEAT, GILTI and FDII.
Episode 4 of our webcast series will therefore look in more detail at the state tax implications, with particular focus on the international measures and the tax accounting implications.
We will be joined by our state tax and tax accounting specialists in order to provide an overview of the key areas you should be considering.
Please follow the link below to register for episode 4 and note that recordings will be available if you register and you cannot join the live session itself.
To register for Episode 4: Click Here
In case you were not able to join our previous episodes and would like to view the recording, find hereafter the required links (you will need to register to watch the recording):
- Episode 1: US Tax Reform and Tax Accounting Implications
- Episode 2: US Tax Reform Base Erosion Measures, focus on interest deductibility and base erosion and anti-avoidance tax (BEAT)
- Episode 3: US Tax Reform Outbound Measures, focus on CFC Rules and participation exemption
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