CPE Accreditation – Phoenix 2019 Conference
Praxity North American International Tax Conference: 13-15 November, 2019
Recommended CPE Credit and Field of Study: estimated as up to 15 hours CPE and field of study Tax and Audit
Prerequisites: Industry working knowledge of international tax or tax professional specialized in international tax. This Conference is designed for accounting professionals who work with foreign subsidiaries, foreign parents, or have employees traveling or working abroad and are responsible for the international taxation issues. International tax practitioner or tax director/CFO/controller of multinational companies are encouraged to attend.
Advance Preparation: None
Program Level: Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced
Program Summary: This seminar will provide a deep understanding of the tax considerations of doing business internationally. Tax experts from United States, Canada, Mexico, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, Luxembourg, Australia, Latin America and Asia will guide you through the global tax picture, from a North American perspective.
Delivery Method: Group-live
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this conference you will be able to discuss:
• Recent developments in international tax
• Experience hands-on sessions focusing on Accounting for Income Tax, and Entity Structuring
• Specialized topics as Tax Treaties, International Corporate Acquisitions, and International Due Diligence.
Technical Program Summary:
This seminar will provide a deep understanding of the tax considerations of doing business internationally. Tax experts from United States, Canada, Mexico, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, Luxembourg, Australia, Latin America and Asia will guide you through the global tax picture, from a North American perspective.
The conference is structured with three categories:
These sessions were designed for public accounting professionals with approximately one to five years of tax experience. These introductory to intermediate courses will feature a variety of international tax topics and case studies.
These sessions were designed for public accounting professionals with greater than five years of relevant experience. The courses will take an advanced look at a broad range of international tax topics.
These sessions were designed for professionals who do not work in public accounting; for example, a CFO, Finance Director, VP, or Controller. The courses will focus on concepts and issues facing multinationals.
The conference sessions will focus on specialized topics like Foreign Tax Credits, US Tax Reform, IFRS/US GAAP differences, Transfer Pricing, International Expansion, Doing Business in China, IP Planning, and Entity Selection.
Location: Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, 7677 North 16th Street, Pheonix, AZ 85021, USA
Policies: Cancellations or changes to attendance for all conferences and events will be charged for the main conference days if less than 14 days’ notification given and the place cannot be filled by another Praxity participant. The full cost of the course and conference will be invoiced to the participant. Cancellations must be notified in writing to Praxity Executive Office conference and events team at email@example.com. The Praxity Executive Director may request to waive a cancellation charge in extreme circumstances. Such requests should be sent to Graeme Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: you are personally responsible to cancel your hotel accommodation.
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