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November 30, 2020

Attend this week's Tax webcasts

Tuesday, December 1. US corporate income tax compliance, 1:00 p.m. ET. Now that the 2019 business tax compliance season has passed, companies may want to evaluate how they fared so they can better prepare for the 2020 federal, international and state filing season. Please join Ernst & Young LLP professionals for a discussion on navigating the challenges of complying with the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and preparing for Tax Year 2020 and beyond. Register.

Wednesday, December 2. Navigating recent TCJA regulations and US election impacts for life sciences, 12:00 p.m. ET. During this webcast, we will discuss the potential impacts of the election and what that could mean for life sciences companies, as well as insights and opportunities based on what we’re seeing across the sector. Register.

Thursday, December 3 . 2020 employment tax year in review, 3:30 p.m. ET. The COVID-19 national emergency has created a historic flurry of federal, state and local responses with significant impacts on employers. Changes to federal employment tax returns and a sudden rise in telework are just some of the pandemic-related challenges facing employment tax professionals as they undertake year-end tasks. Join us to hear our team of Ernst & Young LLP professionals discuss these and other federal and state payroll/employment tax developments affecting 2020 year-end and 2021. Register.

Friday, December 4. Tax in the time of COVID-19 12:00 p.m. ET. The coronavirus (COVID-19) and the resulting economic crisis – all occurring in an election year – have made reacting to tax and trade developments more complicated and more difficult. To determine what information your company needs to know now, join our panelists for the next in our series of conversations about operating the tax function in this time of COVID-19. Panelists will provide updates on: (i) Elections, US economy and tax policy; (ii) What’s happening at the IRS; and (iii) Breaking developments. Register.