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Virtual Midyear Conference


View the sessions on demand

Tax Executives Institute (TEI), with the support and assistance of our exclusive affinity partner Thomson Reuters, hosted our first-ever Virtual Midyear Conference.

This Virtual Midyear Conference is accessible for free on demand to help professionals advance their businesses and gain a competitive advantage with unrivaled practical experience that is uniquely positioned to help organizations navigate our ever-changing global tax environment.

Virtual Midyear Conference session overviews

Session one

Pillars of the International Tax System? The OECD’s Digital Economy Project
The OECD’s current project on the “digitalization” of the economy portends a potential sea change in the way multinational enterprises are taxed on their worldwide profits.  This webinar will address the circumstances that led to the OECD project, give an overview of how Pillars 1 and 2 may change the international tax system, and discuss the potential implications for multinational enterprises.

*On demand views are not eligible to receive CPE credit

Session two

Tax & Tax Technology – Meeting Customer Needs – Now and in the Future
Join us for an insightful conversation with thought leaders from Thomson Reuters, Corptax, and Vertex about dealing with disruption, identifying value and gaining buy-in.  Learn how to gauge level of preparedness and what in-house tax professionals should do. 

*On demand views are not eligible to receive CPE credit

Session three

Tax Reform, One Filing Cycle Later – Views from the Trenches
This webinar will reflect on the first post-tax reform filing cycle.  We will explore the many challenges taxpayers faced from the voluminous statutory and regulatory changes, the delayed issuance of guidance and related tax forms, and the implementation of new software and processes.  We will focus on lessons learned, as well as process improvement and other opportunities to leverage for future tax filing and financial reporting cycles and what taxpayers can do now to prepare for the eventual IRS and state audits of post-tax reform years.

*On demand views are not eligible to receive CPE credit

Session four

State Tax Policy Considerations for the Next Decade
Over the past several years, federal tax reform was enacted, and the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Wayfair, and state and local governments are now faced with responding to the COVID-19 crisis. The panelists will discuss how state tax policy has evolved and is expected to change over the coming years. Specific topics will include the taxation of digital goods, the evolution of P.L. 86-272, gross receipts tax developments, the taxation of non-U.S. income and the expansion of the unitary group, payroll taxes, and mobile workforce issues.

*On demand views are not eligible to receive CPE credit

Session five

Unilateral Taxation of the Digital Economy & Cross-border Electronic Commerce – A Challenging Environment for Multinationals
In 2019, France enacted a tax on large companies’ gross revenues from supplying digital interface services and targeted advertising, including on companies without a physical presence in France.  Austria, the Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom have since adopted or are considering similar proposals.  These uncoordinated, unilateral tax measures raise the specter of double taxation and increased compliance burden for multinationals.

*On demand views are not eligible to receive CPE credit

Session six

State Tax Data Challenges in a COVID-19 World
This panel will address challenges in-house tax professionals are facing in the COVID-19 world and identify technology solutions state tax professionals can use to address these challenges.

*On demand views are not eligible to receive CPE credit

Session seven

Transfer Pricing Policy, Planning, and Practice in a Changing World
With the TCJA, the OECD’s BEPS and “digitalization” of the economy projects (Pillars 1 and 2), the U.S. and international transfer pricing landscape has changed significantly over the past half-decade.  This webinar will explore the recent substantial changes to transfer pricing policies at the U.S. and OECD levels, and their implications for in-house tax professionals in managing their companies’ transfer pricing approach.

*On demand views are not eligible to receive CPE credit

Session eight

International Tax Reporting and Compliance
This webinar will examine the broad range of tax transparency initiatives and their effects on multi-national cross-border planning, compliance and controversy, including automatic exchange of information, bilateral treaties, U.S, exchange of information programs, country-by-country reporting, and Directive on Administrative Cooperation 6 (DAC-6).

*On demand views are not eligible to receive CPE credit

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