Golden Age of International Tax Planning, Gone Forever?
Oct 23 2013
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Golden Gate University, San Francisco
536 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94105
7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Registration/Breakfast
8:30 - 11:30 a.m. Main Program
Speakers: Robin Chesler and Amanda Kottke, Baker & McKenzie LLP
Topic: Golden Age of International Tax Planning Gone Forever?
With all of the noise surrounding the OECD and the attack on Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS), as well as the multiple U.S. tax reform proposals being discussed, what is a tax planner to do? Come hear the experts from Baker & McKenzie provide their insight on this and other International Tax topics.
Topics to be covered include:
Update on US International Tax Reform Proposals, and Likely Impact
Update on Relevant Parts of BEPS Action Plan, and Likely Impact
Foreign Tax Incentives Currently Available
How Foreign Tax Incentives and Planning May Change
Expect valuable, useful information that will add value to your company's tax planning.
Please note that late registrations (after October 18th ) are $30 higher than the above amounts (i.e. Member = $90 and non-member $120)
You are responsible for payment unless cancellation is made by October 18th. Substitutions may be made up to the date of the event.
The San Francisco Chapter of TEI has been approved by the State Bar of California to provide continuing legal education (CLE) credits. This specific program is scheduled to provide at least 2.75 hours of CLE credits based on 60 minute hours. In addition, the chapter follows the continuing professional education (CPE) guidelines specified in the California Chapter of Accountancy Regulations. Based on 50 minute hours, this specific program is scheduled to provide at least 3 hours of CPE credits.