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TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute – 11/9-11/10, 2015 in Palo Alto, California

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As a Reminder, the 31st Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute will be held on November 9 and 10 at the Crowne Plaza Cabana in Palo Alto, California.  Topics include practical consequences of BEPS, EU hot topics, Sections 41 and 199 applied to cloud computing transactions, repatriation strategies, and IRS developments.  Speakers include Heather Maloy, Joe Mikrut, Larry Langdon, Jim Fuller, Eli Dicker and Ivan Humphreys.  The agenda includes speakers from China, Ireland and the UK.

For the complete agenda and speaker list, as well as online registration, please visit http://www.tax-institute.com.

A discount is offered for TEI members. Read more

TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute – November 9 & 10, 2015 in Palo Alto

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The 31st Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute will be held on November 9 and 10 at the Crowne Plaza Cabana in Palo Alto, California.  Topics include practical consequences of BEPS, EU hot topics, Sections 41 and 199 applied to cloud computing transactions, repatriation strategies, and IRS developments.  Speakers include Heather Maloy, Joe Mikrut, Larry Langdon, Jim Fuller, Eli Dicker and Ivan Humphreys.  The agenda includes speakers from China, Ireland and the UK.

For the complete agenda and speaker list, as well as online registration, please visit http://www.tax-institute.com.

A discount is offered for TEI members. Read more

Cloud Computing and Other High Tech Tax Issues

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Cutting edge activities challenge tax rules written with different business methods and products in mind. For example, cloud computing raises issues as to how longstanding tax provisions, such as the research tax credit and Section 199 manufacturing deduction apply. This and other current tax topics relevant to high tech companies and their tax advisers are on the agenda for the 31st Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute, November 9 & 10, 2015 in Palo Alto. Additional topics include BEPS Relevance, M&A activities, state tax haven activities, European Union hot topics and how these topics also affect the income tax provision on financial statements.

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BEPS – The View From Around the World

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We hear a lot about the OECD’s BEPS project (base erosion and profit shifting) and its action items. What is the relevance of “country-by-country” reporting for transfer pricing documentation? Does the statement on harmful tax practices mean that the US should adopt a patent box? The 31st Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute, scheduled for November 9 and 10, 2015 in Palo Alto, will address these questions and more. A BEPS panel will include attorneys from China, Ireland and the U.S. to share how other countries are responding the BEPS project and what it means for your company or clients.  Another panel with practitioners from the UK and Ireland will explore hot topics in the EU. Heather Maloy, (former) Commissioner for the IRS Large Business & International Division will also be speaking, along with numerous other experts on hot tax topics for high tech Read more

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