The issue of fundamental corporate tax reform has been elevated by recent Congressional hearings as being at the forefront of the tax policy agenda and is positioned for continued debate. In addition to analyzing these legislative developments, corporate tax executives are challenged with understanding the ramifications of macro-economic issues such as a slowly growing economy and high rates of unemployment ― while continuing to lead efficient, value-enhancing tax departments that are fully compliant with the requirements of the IRS and other taxing authorities.
In our ongoing commitment to sharing meaningful insights regarding the critical issues that tax executives face, PwC is pleased to host the fifth installment of its Talking Tax
video webcast series on Thursday, September 22, 2011 from 1:00pm - 2:00pm (ET)
Our upcoming webcast will include the following:
- Insightful perspectives regarding emerging legislative and regulatory tax matters. The discussion will provide updates regarding the ongoing Federal budget debate and the outlook for corporate tax reform.
- A discussion of international tax issues. The panel will address key structural issues associated with current international tax planning.
Hosted by PwC's Industrial Products & Services Practice, the webcast will feature:
- Scott McCandless, Tax Counsel, US Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship
- Michael W. Burak, US and Global Tax Leader in PwC's Industrial Products & Services Practice
- Lindy Paull, former Chief of Staff of the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation, current principal in PwC's Legislative & Regulatory Practice
- Don Longano, former Chief Tax Counsel of the House Ways and Means Committee, current principal in PwC's Legislative & Regulatory Services Practice
- Alan Fischl, principal in PwC's International Tax Services Practice
- Peter R. Merrill, principal in PwC's Washington National Tax Services
One hour of CPE will be offered for online participation. Please click the "CPE credit" tab on the left side of this page for more details.
To register for this event please click on the "Registration" tab. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation notice with complete webcast access instructions.
Please register prior to 12:00pm (ET) September 22, 2011
We look forward to your participation.