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September 20, 2021

Attend this week's Tax webcasts

Monday, September 20. US international tax reform: Update on recent developments, 1:00 p.m. ET. Significant international tax changes have been proposed this year, including the Biden Administration’s Made in America Plan (as outlined in the Green Book) and a discussion draft of Senator Ron Wyden’s international tax framework, among others. Many of these changes would significantly affect the global taxation of multinational corporate groups. Please join our panelists as they discuss the various proposals. Register.

Tuesday, September 21. Accounting for income taxes: A quarterly perspective, 11:00 a.m. ET. Please join us for the next webcast in our “Accounting for income taxes” series. A panel of experienced Ernst & Young LLP professionals, moderated by Angela Evans, Partner, Tax Accounting and Risk Advisory Services (TARAS), will discuss ongoing issues and regulatory trends in the tax accounting arena. Topics will include recent tax legislation with tax accounting implications and a review of current income tax accounting concepts. Register.

Wednesday, September 22. Implementing income recognition rules under IRC Section 451, 1:00 p.m. ET. The final regulations under IRC Section 451 changed many of the rules on income recognition but did not indicate how to implement all of those changes. With the recent release of Revenue Procedure 2021-34, taxpayers now have the procedural guidance needed to fully implement those regulations. Please join us for a discussion of immediate actions taxpayers should take for their 2020 tax returns, as well as 2021 considerations. Register.

Friday, September 24. Tax in the time of COVID-19: update on legislative, economic, regulatory and IRS developments, 12:00 p.m. ET. COVID-19 and the resulting economic crisis have made reacting to tax developments more complicated than ever. Join us for the next webcast in our series as we discuss how businesses can navigate the tax policy environment and continue to effectively operate their tax function in this time of crisis and change. Panelists will provide updates on: (i) the US economy and tax policy; (ii) breaking developments; and (iii) what’s happening at the IRS. Register.