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Tax accounting method opportunities (14. März, 18 Uhr – 18:30 Uhr MEZ)

While anytime is a good time for businesses to look for a more favorable method of accounting, proposed tax reform makes it advantageous for businesses to identify tax accounting method opportunities that may generate significant and potentially permanent cash tax savings for the 2016 tax year.

Join Baker Tilly accounting method specialist as they discuss:

  • The potential savings for businesses related to rate reductions in the various tax
  • Automatic method changes and elections that may be made for 2016 to generate cash
  • Federal income tax procedures to implement automatic accounting method changes

Meet the presenters:

John F. Salza, Principal and Practice Leader, Accounting Methods GroupKathleen Meade, Director, Accounting Methods Group

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International tax reform on the horizon (21. März, 18 Uhr – 18:30 Uhr MEZ)

U.S. tax reform is likely to address the challenges associated with corporate inversions and the worldwide tax system generally as well as the application of a border adjustment tax to speak to how U.S. taxpayers can be placed on equal footing with their foreign counterparts in an import/export context.  Join Baker Tilly international tax specialists as they discuss the:

  • Possible international components of tax reform including cash flow taxation, the territorial tax system and border adjustability
  • Shift in thinking on how worldwide income is taxed away from today's U.S. tax platform and conceivable opportunities for tax deductions
  • Timing of international tax reform

Meet the presenters:

Jim Alajbegu, Partner and Firm Leader of International Tax
Lynette Stolarzyk, Principal and Midwest International Tax Leader

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Carried interest update (28. März, 18 Uhr – 18:30 Uhr MEZ)

While there has been a lot of talk about closing the “carried interest loophole,” there has been very little in terms of concrete legislative language. In fact, it has been almost seven years since proposed Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 710 made its debut, as part of the American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act of 2010. This proposal has been reintroduced several times over the years but is has never gained much traction. But with momentum and political will building for some kind of tax reform, carried interests may be on the table once again.

Join specialists from Baker Tilly’s National Tax group who will review how carried interests would be taxed under proposed section 710 as well as the President’s and House’s proposals.

Please note: Baker Tilly tax specialists will be monitoring tax reform legislation as it moves through the late stages of discussion. Future tax reform pronouncements may necessitate a change in the carried interest topic. Registrants will be notified of any modifications to the program.

Meet the presenters:

Paul Dillon, Firm Director, National Tax
Mike Schiavo, Senior Manager, National Tax

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