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Looking For A Tax Job? Want Tax Consulting Work? Understand How The System Really Works! Everything Has Changed! Call In Conference Today 9:00 AM PDT

TaxConnections CEO Kat Jennings is hosting a valuable conference call on Friday, May 18th2018 at 9:00AM PDT/10:00AM MT/11:00AM CT/12:00NOON EST specifically to teach tax professionals how to be more successful finding a tax job or consulting roles. As a globally recognized tax search expert with a long list of clients, Kat will teach you what you need to know! Most people are in the dark what to do and Kat brings you into the spotlight!

Want to stop wasting time submitting your resume to company portals? Want to know why companies never respond to your resume submissions? Want to know why there are more tax jobs out there today but people cannot find you? Want to learn the challenges hiring authorities encounter to find you? It is nearly impossible to succeed until you understand the barriers to success and how to break down the walls preventing you from getting to the decision-makers.

There is a lot that prevents you from getting an interview and I will teach you how to get key decision makers to notice you! After years teaching senior tax executives how to get to the top, I will teach you how to do it. All you need to do is listen in on a conference call  (call in conference limited to the first 400 tax professionals).

REGISTER HERE FOR ACCESS CODE: https://www.taxconnections.com/call-in-conference-invitation

 

Looking For A Tax Job? Learn How The System Really Works! Call In Conference Friday May 18, 2018

TaxConnections CEO Kat Jennings is hosting a valuable conference call on Friday, May 18th2018 at 9:00AM PDT/10:00AM MT/11:00AM CT/12:00NOON EST specifically to teach tax professionals how to be more successful finding a tax job or consulting roles. As a globally recognized tax search expert with a long list of clients, Kat will teach you what you need to know! Most people are in the dark what to do and Kat brings you into the spotlight!

Want to stop wasting time submitting your resume to company portals? Want to know why companies never respond to your resume submissions? Want to know why there are more tax jobs out there today but people cannot find you? Want to learn the challenges hiring authorities encounter to find you? It is nearly impossible to succeed until you understand the barriers to success and how to break down the walls preventing you from getting to the decision-makers.

There is a lot that prevents you from getting an interview and I will teach you how to get key decision makers to notice you! After years teaching senior tax executives how to get to the top, I will teach you how to do it. All you need to do is listen in on a conference call (no webinar, just a call in conference limited to the first 400 tax professionals).

This session is for tax professionals exclusively who want to find employment or consulting projects.

Go to this link and click on radio dial “To Find A Tax Job” for information that will help you even when you are not looking.

Date: Friday, May 18, 2018

Time: 9:00AM PDT/10:00AM MT/11:00AM CT/12:00 NOON EST

Call In Number: 605.562.0400/ Access Code 946 5628

Have questions? Contact Kat Jennings.

 

Looking For A Tax Job? Want Tax Consulting Clients? Join Conference Call Friday, May 18, 2018

TaxConnections CEO Kat Jennings is hosting a valuable conference call on Friday, May 18th2018 at 9:00AM PDT/10:00AM MT/11:00AM CT/12:00NOON EST specifically to teach tax professionals how to be more successful finding a tax job or consulting roles. As a globally recognized tax search expert with a long list of clients, Kat will teach you what you need to know! Most people are in the dark what to do and Kat brings you into the spotlight!

Want to stop wasting time submitting your resume to company portals? Want to know why companies never respond to your resume submissions? Want to know why there are more tax jobs out there today but people cannot find you? Want to learn the challenges hiring authorities encounter to find you? It is nearly impossible to succeed until you understand the barriers to success and how to break down the walls preventing you from getting to the decision-makers.

There is a lot that prevents you from getting an interview and I will teach you how to get key decision makers to notice you! After years teaching senior tax executives how to get to the top, I will teach you how to do it. All you need to do is listen in on a conference call (no webinar, just a call in conference limited to the first 400 tax professionals).

This session is for tax professionals exclusively who want to find employment or consulting projects.

Go to this link and click on radio dial “To Find A Tax Job” for information that will help you even when you are not looking.

Date: Friday, May 18, 2018

Time: 9:00AM PDT/10:00AM MT/11:00AM CT/12:00 NOON EST

Call In Number: 605.562.0400/ Access Code 946 5628

Have questions? Contact Kat Jennings.

 

How To Find A Tax Job Today! You Are Invited To Join Audio Conference Call Friday, May 11, 2018

LOOKING FOR A TAX JOB? LOOKING FOR TAX CONSULTING OPPORTUNITIES? LEARN FROM AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED TAX HEADHUNTER WHAT YOU MUST DO TO GET NOTICED BY PEOPLE WHO WANT TO HIRE YOU!

TaxConnections CEO Kat Jennings is hosting a rare conference call on Friday, May 11th 2018 at 1:00PM PDT/2:00PM MT/3:00PM CT/4:00PM EST specifically to teach tax professionals how to be more successful finding a tax job or consulting roles.

Want to stop wasting time submitting your resume to company portals? Want to know why companies never respond to your resume submissions? Want to know why there are more tax jobs out there today but people cannot find you? Want to learn the challenges hiring authorities encounter to find you? It is nearly impossible to succeed until you understand the barriers to success and how to break down the walls preventing you from getting to the decision-makers.

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Virtual Currency Transactions Must Be Properly Reported For Tax Purposes

Taxpayers who do not properly report the income tax consequences of virtual currency transactions can be audited for those transactions and, when appropriate, can be liable for penalties and interest.

In more extreme situations, taxpayers could be subject to criminal prosecution for failing to properly report the income tax consequences of virtual currency transactions. Criminal charges could include tax evasion and filing a false tax return. Anyone convicted of tax evasion is subject to a prison term of up to five years and a fine of up to $250,000. Anyone convicted of filing a false return is subject to a prison term of up to three years and a fine of up to $250,000. Read more

Virtual Currency And Taxes – The View Of The United States Internal Revenue Service

Kat Jennings, CEO, Tax Blog, TaxConnections

Internal Revenue Service Notice 2014-21

Section   1. Purpose

This notice describes how existing general tax principles apply to transactions using virtual currency. The notice provides this guidance in the form of answers to frequently asked questions.

Section   2. Background

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is aware that “virtual currency” may be used to pay for goods or services, or held for investment. Virtual currency is a digital representation of value that functions as a medium of exchange, a unit of account, and/or a store of value. In some environments, it operates like “real” currency — i.e., the coin and paper money of the United States or of any other country that is designated as legal tender, circulates, and is customarily used and accepted as a medium of exchange in the country of issuance — but it does not have legal tender status in any jurisdiction. Read more

Corporate Tax Executives Exclusive – Costly Corporate Software Mistakes

Kat Jennings, CEO, Tax Blog, TaxConnections

You are invited to a private conference call on Friday, May 11, 2018 at 9:00AM PDT/10:00AM MT/11:00AM CT / 12:00NOON EST. This one of a kind conference call exposes an underworld of costly software mistakes that are affecting corporate tax departments worldwide.

Tax executives rarely know about the big mistakes made in purchases and implementation. I have asked these experts to share what really goes on. In order to get the real truth out we are providing anonymity to these folks and invite only those individuals currently employed in a corporate tax department. Read more

Tax Advisors – Enjoy TaxConnections Best Tax Jokes And Quotes E-Book!

TaxConnections annually updates the Best Tax Jokes And Quotes eBook and provides it to you on a complimentary basis. We enjoy the good humor tax professionals have and especially so this time of year.

Add a smile to your day with TaxConnections Best Jokes And Quotes eBook. Request your complimentary copy and we will send it on to you right away. You will also receive the winning Tax Advisor video a few days after you receive the eBook.

When your experience with TaxConnections is a happy one, we know you will have a much more to offer the opportunities that come to you through TaxConnections.

Request your complimentary copy Best Tax Jokes And Quotes eBook.

 

Corporate Tax Executives – Face Tax Software Mistakes Few Are Prepared For

Kat Jennings, TaxConnections

Over the past few days, many calls and emails regarding this series of posts have been received regarding corporate tax executives. One individual called to remind us the expertise required today that was not required thirty years ago when they started in the  tax profession. In particular, we discussed tax executives with little if any knowledge of software. Tax Executives with little software expertise are being hoodwinked by people selling them tax software services they do not need. Tax management is faced with  a technology integration nightmare that few know how to deal with today. Tax management simply wants the problem to go away so they call in a consultant to fix it.

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Corporate Tax Executives – Why The War For Tax Executive Talent Has Heated Up! (Part II)

Corporations searching for tax executives are about to experience an awakening in securing qualified, highly technical corporate tax talent. The best way to describe this awakening is sharing greatly similar discussions with several Fortune 500 companies recently. Each of them admitted they were seeing very few qualified tax professionals for the roles they had open. They even admitted they were seeing only one or two qualified candidates for each opening. During this post, I will peel back the veil of what is really happening behind the scenes in securing corporate tax executive talent these days.

There are many obstacles to your success in attracting qualified corporate tax expertise than ever before; you will benefit knowing what these challenges are so you can address them.

Here are the reasons companies face challenges hiring corporate tax executives today.

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Corporate Tax Executives – Why The War For Tax Executive Talent Has Heated Up! (Part I)

This article is written to help tax executives understand what is happening in the market now. It is also written to help CFOs and VPs HR understand what they can do to support their tax organization. Believe it, your tax organization will need a lot more support than you may have given them in the past.  Tax reform has just delivered a big package of surprises no one is really prepared for yet. The tax organizations staffed to study these changes will do far better strategically and financially so now is the time to start putting together a plan of action.

As an example, allow me to share what one of my early career clients did regarding tax planning. During the last major tax reform under President Reagan, an emerging company in Silicon Valley called me to help them find a tax lawyer who would go through the new 1986 Transfer Pricing Tax Legislation , the White Paper and figure out what was in there. They retained me to find a strong researcher and strategic planner to go through the government’s position on newly issued transfer pricing regulations. They wanted to figure out the new rules and how to come up with a strategic long term tax plan to grow their business.  Want to know who this company is?  This company now has annual revenue of 234Billion and is called Apple Computer!

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Tax Treaties United States Has With Other Countries

Foreign countries across the world have intricate tax treaties with the United States, which include topics such as exchanging tax information with tax authorities. In order for these tax treaties to come to fruition, they must first pass through the Executive and Legislative Branches of the U.S. Government for approval.

The Secretary of the Treasury, part of the Executive Branch and appointed by the President, has the responsibility for negotiating federal income tax treaties with foreign countries. When negotiations are completed with a foreign country, the Treasury Secretary submits the negotiated treaty to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for the advice and consent of the Senate.

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