Information Reporting (1099) is becoming more complicated and the risks relating to non-compliance or inaccurate reporting are high. The recent changes to FATCA, 1099 reporting, 1042 and 1042-S, foreign reporting and cost-basis reporting will affect your business, whether it’s a corporation, a bank, a trust department or a wealth management firm.
Join us for a two-day, in-depth forum discussing the latest regulations and changes.
DATE: November 2 – 3, 2011
LOCATION: Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida
- What’s New in Tax information Reporting
- Overview of What’s New in 1099 Reporting and IRPAC Update
- FATCA and How it Relates to U.S. and Foreign Financial Institutions
- IRS Audits of AP Payments to Foreign Vendors
- Tax Treaty Benefits for A/P Payments by ForeignVendors
- Technologies, Policies and Procedures for Risk Management
- Update of IRS Information Reporting Forms (1099s and 1042-S)
- State Reporting and Withholding Review
- Information Reporting Solutions Pension and Retirement Reporting (1099-R and 5498)
- Update on Taxable Fringe Benefits and IRS Examinations
- B-Notices and TIN Compliance
- Tax Reporting of Settlement Payments and Attorney Fees
For more information, go to the Tax Information Reporting Forum web page.