United States: International Tax: Changes Impacting Technology Companies
Last Updated: February 4 2015

Start Time: Mar 5, 2015 12:00 PM CT

End Time: Mar 5, 2015 1:00 PM CT

Location Details: Online

Event Type: Webcast

Recommended CPE Credits: 1

Audience: CFOs and tax directors of multi-national technology companies

Contact: Libby Erker

Phone: +1 312 602 8446

Email: libby.erker@us.gt.com

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Whether your focus is software, digital media, internet or infrastructure, many technology companies have established international operations to expand their footprint. Operations on a global stage present challenges, particularly in tax. Recent changes in the international tax landscape, such as financial statement implications of foreign earnings, the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and changes in foreign country laws, should be considered as you strategize for the future. Additionally, increased focus on the permanent reinvestment assertion should also factor into your planning.  

This webcast will identify several of the latest international tax changes and explain the potential impacts on your technology business.  

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify international tax changes affecting technology companies
  • Analyze how specific issues, such as financial statement foreign earnings, BEPS, FATCA and changes in foreign country laws, may impact your multi-national company
  • Demonstrate how to address the shifting tax landscape for tax planning and manage the financial statement implications of foreign earnings

 Featured speakers:

  • Randy Free, Partner, West Region International Tax Practice Leader, Grant Thornton LLP
  • Dean Jorgensen, National Tax Partner, Tax Accounting and Risk Advisory Services, Grant Thornton LLP
  • Brandon Boyle, Manager, International Tax, Washington National Tax Office, Grant Thornton LLP

Recommended Field of Study: Taxes
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Individuals must be registered and attend the training on their own personal computers. Sharing computers will invalidate the eligible CPE for those individuals.

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