2013 Planned Events
This conference will examine the opportunities and challenges facing owners of maturing tax credit properties, and how proactive owners and investors can maximize a tax credit property’s value in Year 15. Relevant topics will include Year 15, structuring qualified contracts, options and rights of first refusal, portfolio assessment, assessing the property disposition at Year 15 and before, and executing general partner transfers during the compliance period.
Tax Analysts is an exhibiting sponsor at the 6th Annual U.S. - Latin America Tax Planning Strategies conference. This conference will address key tax issues for a wide range of in-house and outside tax and finance personnel doing business in the U.S. and Latin America. Panels will feature industry speakers, leading practitioners, and government representatives offering the latest perspectives from the U.S. and Latin America on topics including cross-border mergers and acquisitions, financing, and transfer pricing.
This year’s TP Minds Americas will assemble dozens of heads of transfer pricing in some of the world’s largest corporations and a senior audience bringing together TP leaders from US, Latin America, and Europe. It will feature insightful keynote speeches from OECD (Joseph Andrus) IRS (Samuel Maruca), UN (Michael Lennard), and tax authorities in addition to industry-led presentations, interactive panel debates, and technical workshops, making this an essential technical training event as well as a premium networking opportunity.
Tax Analysts is an exhibiting sponsor at The 2013 OECD International Tax Conference. This event provides a unique opportunity for U.S. business representatives to interact directly with key representatives from the OECD’s Center for Tax Policy and Administration as well as senior tax officials from the U.S. and other OECD countries.
Tax Analysts’ own Cara Griffith and Joe Thorndike will be speaking at the May Meeting this year on Thursday, May 9 and Friday, May 10, respectively. This premier annual event attracts over 2,000 practitioners and includes high-level panel discussions on tax policies, regulations, and procedures presented by government officials and industry experts. Additionally, attendees are able to take advantage of CLE and ethics programming presented by over 40 Section of Taxation Committees.
This conference will provide up-to-the-minute tax reporting information with IRS and industry experts. Discussion topics will include FATCA, reporting cost basis for covered securities, foreclosures/cancellation of debt, deposit interest paid to nonresident aliens, state reporting, accounts payable/1099-K and IRAs.
Please join us for a roundtable discussion in which we will consider how states are approaching the challenge of taxing cloud computing technologies, and what they should think about in doing so.
Join the American Tax Policy Institute & Rice University’s Baker Institute for a discussion on new research addressing the advantages and disadvantages of moving to new systems for taxing the profits U.S. firms earn abroad. The event will feature Lee Sheppard, Tax Analysts' contributing editor.
Tax Analysts is a publishing sponsor again this year for the ABA U.S. and Europe conference. This conference focuses on developments in international tax planning with special attention to opportunities in Eastern Europe. Topics include current investment fund models, transfer pricing, and more.
February 28-March 1
Tax Analysts is sponsoring the 2013 IFA USA Annual Conference in New York City. This 2 -day event consists of substantive international tax panel sessions examining subjects ranging from the taxation of intangibles to ethical issues in international taxation. Visit the Tax Analysts exhibitor station at Booth #11.
Join us for a roundtable discussion on the federal income tax, which celebrates its 100th birthday this year.
One hundred years ago this month, the Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, giving Congress the “power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.”
Coinciding with the Presidential Inauguration weekend, the symposium will feature four panel discussions with a variety of prominent and well-known scholars and practitioners who will discuss how the tax code may change during the next four years. It will also feature a keynote address by Columbia Law School's Michael Graetz and a luncheon address by David Cay Johnston, an investigative journalist and author and winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize.