July 19, 2021
Attend this week's Tax webcasts
Tuesday, July 20. US corporate income tax compliance: Tax year 2020 filing update and multi-year readiness, 3:30 p.m. ET. The corporate tax landscape is more dynamic than ever as we head into tax year 2020 corporate filing season. Please join us for a webcast where we will provide insights on preparing for 2020 US federal and state filings and multi-year considerations in this age of “continuous” compliance. Register.
Wednesday, July 21. Taxation of the digital economy: What’s next, 11:30 a.m. ET. On this webcast, panelists discuss the BEPS 2.0 update after the 30 June - 1 July OECD Inclusive Framework meeting and the 9-10 July G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting. During this 90-minute webcast, our panelists will update the audience in the wake of these two important meetings. They will discuss technical policy developments, questions that remain open and key country perspectives, as well as the impact on specific digital economy taxation matters, including Digital Services Tax (DST) developments. Register.
Wednesday, July 21. 2021 alternative and registered funds mid-year update, 2:00 p.m. ET. Please join us for a discussion of the latest developments regarding accounting standards and tax legislation that impact alternative and registered fund companies. On this webcast, panelists will discuss: (i) Legislative tax updates; (ii) SEC regulatory updates; and (iii) Accounting and financial reporting updates. Register.
Thursday, July 22. Research credit: recent federal cases highlight an uncertain landscape, 1:00 p.m. ET. During 2020 and 2021, a significant number of R&D credit cases have been decided in federal courts, with issues ranging from foundational IRC Section 41 qualification tests to procedural matters. Some decisions appear to conflict with decisions from the same court or to advance new interpretations, leaving taxpayers with an uncertain landscape. The panelists for this webcast will discuss the impact of these decisions, the unintended consequences of some of them, and the relevant facts of the cases and the courts’ reasoning. The panelists will also address how taxpayers can respond to these decisions when substantiating current, amended, and future Section 41 claims. Register.