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Learn About IRS & Captives – Captive Insurance Webinar

Hale Stewart, captive insurance

Starting in the mid-1970s, and continuing through the UPS case, the IRS fought captives tooth and nail. Over the course of these cases, they advanced three different legal arguments against captive insurance: the economic family argument, the nexus of contracts and the assignment of income doctrine.

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Webinar – Introduction To Captive Insurance – May 4th

Hale Stewart

While captive insurance companies have been used by large companies for over 60 years, their use by small and medium sized companies is still in its infancy. There are numerous reason for this, but perhaps the most important is the simple lack of knowledge.

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Captive Insurance Webinar – April 4th

Hale Stewart, weinar, captive insurance, cpe credits

While captive insurance companies have been used by large companies for over 60 years, their use by small and medium sized companies is still in its infancy. There are numerous reason for this, but perhaps the most important is the simple lack of knowledge.

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Register Now For Hale Stewart’s Webinar – April 4th

Hale Stewart

While captive insurance companies have been used by large companies for over 60 years, their use by small and medium sized companies is still in its infancy. There are numerous reason for this, but perhaps the most important is the simple lack of knowledge.

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Hale Stewart’s Captive Insurance Webinar – April 4th

Hale Stewart

While captive insurance companies have been used by large companies for over 60 years, their use by small and medium sized companies is still in its infancy. There are numerous reason for this, but perhaps the most important is the simple lack of knowledge.

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April 4th – Captive Insurance Webinar – Register Today

Hale Stewart

While captive insurance companies have been used by large companies for over 60 years, their use by small and medium sized companies is still in its infancy. There are numerous reason for this, but perhaps the most important is the simple lack of knowledge.

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Brad Rolph, Senior Economist—Transfer Pricing Seminar—July 18

Kat Jennings

Brad Rolph is a Partner at Grant Thornton LLP in Toronto. He is one of Canada’s leading transfer pricing experts and was the first economist hired by any of the Big Four accounting firms in Canada to practice exclusively in the area of transfer pricing.

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International Tax Attorney, Brian Andreoli—Transfer Pricing Summit—July 18, 2016

Kat Jennings

Brian E. Andreoli is an international tax attorney and consultant in New York and focuses his practice on transfer pricing, international tax matters, and state tax matters. Mr. Andreoli has been a tax professional for more than 30 years, with experience in public, accounting, corporate (both foreign and domestic) law, and litigation.

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Transfer Pricing Summit—Nationally Recognized Transfer Pricing Experts Teach You What You Need To Know Today!

Kat Jennings, CEO

Now that the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union, the question of how this will affect the global economy is one of the crucial issues for U.S. multinationals. The effects will have far reaching implications in transfer pricing and cross border activities. U.S. Multinationals are already considering the impact on and possible outcomes the vote will have on their businesses. In addition, to the direct trade effect, business investment around the globe is likely to be stifled somewhat due to the heightened uncertainty about the global implications of BREXIT and the tightening of financial conditions. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our tax experts, who will discuss and analyze the effects on transfer pricing and the global outlook on this decision, as well as, the OECD’s latest action plans under the BEPS (base erosion profit shifting) project and modifications to bilateral tax treaties.

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Leading Tax Educators Attracted To Global Tax Education Platform

One of the many exciting benefits of TaxConnections is the aggregation of the finest tax instructors in the industry to one global platform. With nearly 200 tax courses currently available on https://www.taxconnections.com/taxeducation with CPE or without CPE, and hundreds more in line to be uploaded on our tax education video platform, it is exciting to attract an increasing number of the very best tax educators around the world to TaxConnections. A  group of experienced tax instructors are being assembled that are committed to promoting the very best tax education in the profession. TaxConnections is the catalyst  bringing together an extraordinary group of tax educators in order to connect them to one worldwide platform.

During the year, we have interviewed many of tax instructors and are proud to introduce Read more

TaxConnections CEO Welcomes About.com Writer/Editor William Perez

As  the Founder and CEO of www.taxconnections.com, I want to welcome About.com Freelance Writer/Editor William Perez. William Perez is interested in interviewing members of TaxConnections on a wide variety of subject matters on tax. William joined TaxConnections and is eager to speak with and interview our members for media articles on tax topics. We encourage all of our members to reach out to William and send him a message at  https://www.taxconnections.com/profile/William-Perez/12261048 with interesting stories on a wide range of subject matters.

We are fortunate in the TaxConnections community as we have tax experts from all over the world joining an interactive experience only available through membership in TaxConnections Worldwide Directory of Tax Professionals. Our members are leading the Read more

Who Decides Whether To Authorize A Taxpayer’s Certification For Transitional Treatment To The Streamlined Procedures?

Earlier this week, I spoke to an IRS Revenue Agent who shed some light on how the decision regarding transitional treatment is made for those taxpayers seeking to transition to the Streamlined Procedures from OVDP. Under the current procedures, the agent and his or her supervisor make the decision regarding transitional treatment, with involvement as necessary by the technical adviser. Practically speaking, the technical adviser does nothing more than “rubber stamp” the decision made by the examiner and the examiner’s manager.

While the process might seem straight-forward, it is not always seamless. That is where Streamlined Transition FAQ 8 comes into play. It provides some role for a central committee in those cases designated for central committee review. Unfortunately, no Read more

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