PwC’s Energy practice invites you to join us for a webcast on September 7, 2016 at 1pm CDT titled The GAAP leasing standard for tax executives & tax legislative update.
With the finalization of the new GAAP leasing standard, companies are adopting new processes and procedures to adhere to the new standard. We will present an overview of the GAAP change and discuss the ways in which it will impact tax departments at energy companies. We will also discuss strategic initiatives energy companies can implement with the new standard.
One hour of CPE credit will be offered to those individuals viewing the webcast live.
About PwC's Energy Executive Webcast Series
PwC's energy executive webcast series provides practical guidance on recent energy issues and developments. Our webcasts, designed for energy executives, keep you informed of new and emerging issues impacting the energy industry and provide insight into recent trends and opportunities within the sector.
Questions? Contact Leah Sheesley at email@example.com.
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