“Taxmaggeden,” new reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act and competing tax reform initiatives are just some of the uncertainties or “what ifs” that await corporate tax professionals after the November elections.
Once the outcome of the elections is known, many of these “what ifs” are likely to take on even greater urgency and be replaced with “what now” as tax professionals must develop strategies for 2013 and beyond.
Bringing “what now” into sharper focus will be the Bloomberg BNA Tax Policy and Practice Summit on Nov. 13-14, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Washington, DC. Following closely after the election, experts from leading tax law and accounting firms will rigorously examine all of the issues likely to be impacted by any electoral shift. (Hear why BBNA’s long established history as an information exchange for the tax community, makes it uniquely suited to host a conference that will deliver practical insights to attendees).
From partnerships and pass-thru entities to cloud computing and other sales tax issues, the agenda for Bloomberg BNA’s Tax Policy and Practice Summit covers the most important issues currently facing senior corporate tax professionals. This Summit will provide you with a unique opportunity to receive your post-election perspective on these critical issues from the leaders in the field and to also network and exchange ideas with your peers.
Featured though leaders include:
- William Wilkins, Internal Revenue Service
- Thomas A. Barthold, Joint Committee on Taxation
- Richard McAlonan, Internal Revenue Service
- Michael Dolan, KPMG LLP
- Patrick Brown, General Electric Company
- L.G. “Chip” Harter, PwC LLP
- U.S. Information Reporting and Withholding Requirements
- Partnerships & Pass-Through Entities
- IRS Enforcement Tools
- Dispute Resolution Options: What Impact Will Tax Reform Have?
- Cloud Computing and Other Sales Tax Issues
- The Post-Election Outlook in the States
- And more