Please join us for a three-part series on hot topics in international tax, coupled with a sampling of local Denver craft brews. Stu Myhill of Hein & Associates, LLP will walk you through key U.S. international tax legislation enacted in the past year, as well as an update to the OECD’s BEPS project. Local craft breweries will present a selection of their beers and provide insight into the brewing process of different styles of beers during Part II on June 8th.
Part I addresses:
• New regulations addressing loans from foreign corporations to partnerships
• New 367 regulations regarding foreign goodwill and going concern
Part II addresses:
• Changes in foreign bank account reporting
• New regulations on corporate inversions
• New regulations regarding the classification of debt vs. equity
Part III addresses:
• New model U.S. tax treaty
• An update on BEPS and the country-by-country reporting requirements
• International – Q&A for pre-submitted questions — learn more and submit your tax questions here.
No preparation or prior knowledge of international taxation is required.
Each Part qualifies for 1.0 hour of CPE in the International Taxation field of study and is in the process of being certified for 1.0 hour of CLE. They will be delivered in a live group method at the following dates, times, and locations.
Part I: May 25, 2016, from 5:10 to 6:00 pm at Fogo de Chao. Free for FTL members and their guests / $35 for non-FTL members. Register to attend, click here. Includes dinner.
Part II: June 8, 2016, from 5:10 to 6:00 pm in the DU School of Hospitality Management Ballroom. Free for FTL members and their guests / $15 for non-FTL members. Register to attend, click here. Includes “world tour” beer sampling and appetizers.
Part III: June 22, 2016, from 5:10 to 6:00 pm at Denver Press Club. Free for FTL members and their guests / $35 for non-FTL members. Register to attend, click here. Includes dinner.
This course is designed to comply with Colorado State Board of Accountancy and NASBA CPE and Colorado CLE standards. Participants are encouraged to confirm eligibility compliance with their jurisdiction. Questions, concerns, and complaints may be submitted to Info@FutureTaxLeaders.org.