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Gain an understanding on how to apportion margin to Texas and identify various reporting options.The Texas Franchise (Margin) Tax has evolved over time.
Gain a better understanding of the fundamental tax concepts of corporations including M adjustments and Form 1120.U.S. accounting and tax rules are not always the same for reporting corporate income taxes.
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Gain an understanding on critical fund structuring considerations in light of recent tax laws in order to better advise your clients.Recent changes in the tax law require careful review of private investment fund and...
Understand the ideal mechanisms required to form and maintain an IC-DISC.An Interest-Charge Domestic International Sales Corporation regime, known as an IC-DISC, is a federal tax export incentive regime.
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Learn how to stay compliant when your business sells products to Canada.Many U.S.-based businesses are looking to expand their market to include Canada.
Gain a clearer understanding of foreign retirement programs to build a sound global pension strategy.New and ongoing financial reporting requirements, both in the U.
Gain an in-depth understanding of Section 1031 like-kind exchanges and Opportunity Zone investments.This topic will provide an overview of Opportunity Zone investments including the purpose, tax incentives, requirements...
Better understand account reporting under FATCA and CRS, as well as, the differences between the two.Many countries have introduced financial reporting obligations over the past few years in an effort to help combat tax...
Find out everything you need to know about Form 1099-NEC and Form 1099-MISC to avoid compliance violations.In July 2019, the IRS issued a release draft of a new Form 1099 for use commencing in the 2020 tax year (i.
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