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  • Webinar
  •  Jul 12 '18, 13:00 EDT
  •  1.2 CPE, 1.0 General COA

Ecommerce sellers often wonder whether to charge sales tax to consumers who reside outside their home state. It’s a challenging issue that hinges on the concept of nexus, a company’s presence in a state that warrants registering and filing with the state. If “presence” sounds a little vague, that’s because states set their own rules for what defines presence.

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  • Webinar
  •  Jun 14 '18, 12:00 EDT
  •  1.2 CPE, 1.0 General COA

Frequent legislative and regulatory changes, combined with increased state enforcement through audit, have heightened the need for companies to ensure the accuracy and completeness of their unclaimed property compliance programs. Long before states began enacting the 2016 Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act (“RUUPA”) into legislation, companies were being confronted with both internal and external challenges that impact the accuracy and efficiency of their annual unclaimed property reporting function.

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  • Webinar
  •  Jun 7 '18, 11:00 EDT
  •  1.5 COA; 1.5 CLE; 1.5 CPE

For the 18th consecutive year, Bloomberg Tax has sought to clarify each state's position on nexus by sending their annual Survey of State Tax Departments to senior state tax department officials in the District of Columbia, New York City, and the 46 states that impose a corporate income tax. In addition to nexus, the questionnaire asked officials about their state's tax sourcing rules, treatment of pass-through entities and intangible holding companies, and requirements for reporting federal changes. Nearly every state participated in this year’s survey.

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  • Webinar
  •  Jun 6 '18, 12:30 EDT
  •  1.2 CPE, 1.0 General COA

Despite its 2014 origin, the new Revenue Recognition standard (ASC 606), which fundamentally alters how many companies account for the top line of their income statements, will finally begin showing up on quarterly financial reports this April. Beyond the collection of sparse early adopters throughout corporate America, until now we have been left to speculate on the standard’s impact. A 30 year old SEC Staff Accounting Bulletin (SAB 74) has served as the guide for corporate estimates on ASC 606.

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  • Webinar
  •  Jun 5 '18, 11:00 EDT
  •  COA, 1.2 CPE, 1.0 CLE

From a U.S. perspective, tax reform aligns closely with President Trump’s Make America Great Again agenda and his drive to encourage companies to invest in the U.S. Tax reform has been received positively by U.S. businesses, and the massive reduction in the U.S. corporate tax rate from 35% to 21% alone now gives the U.S. a competitive tax regime.

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  • Webinar
  •  1.2 CPE, 1.0 General COA

Today, US companies are challenged by a magnitude of tax reforms the likes of which have not been seen since the 1980s.   While US tax reform is the latest, it follows on the heels of other international tax reforms including the OECD BEPS project and the EU’s Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive.  Add to these, the growing indirect tax requirements for electronic access to ERP transactions such as the OECD’s Standard Audit File for Tax (“SAF-T”), Spain’s ISI, Brazil’s SPED and others.  At the same time, companies are digitizing their businesses and applying technologies to transform global financial operations in the pursuit of cost savings and streamlined compliance.

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  • On-site & Webcast
  •  COA, Up to 3.0 CLE, 3.0 CPE, 3.0 CFP

Northwestern Mutual invites you to participate in a live symposium on estate planning after the new tax law.

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  • On-site Event
  •  COA, Up to 6.0 CPE

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  • On-demand
  •  1.2 CPE, 1.0 CLE, General COA

The new tax reform bill has passed. The question now is will the sweeping changes actually have far-reaching—and long-term—implications to your operations strategy?
 

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  • On-demand
  •  1.0 CPE, 1.0 RCH

State tax rules covering traveling employees can be daunting, and a number of states impose withholding obligations on employers who send employees into their state for even one day—even if the employee resides in a foreign country. This can become an even bigger problem when the employee retires, since many states impose tax on deferred compensation, regardless of whether the employee lives in the taxing state.

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