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Tax Controversy is top of mind for companies and is a hot topic for many executives, given the recent high-profile cases in the news. On this webcast we will explore proactive steps companies should be taking to better prepare their tax department for the risk of controversy. We will also dive into what companies can expect from the IRS and how they will use the funding from the Inflation Reduction Act. This webcast is CPE-eligible.
Treasury and the IRS released much anticipated proposed regulations regarding information reporting for Digital Assets. Our specialists will discuss the scope of these regulations, required obligations, and what steps impacted taxpayers should be taking now in order to prepare. The panel will share policy insights, industry perspective, as well as practical solutions for companies currently involved or looking to be involved in this fast emerging industry. This webcast is CPE-eligible.
In recent weeks, Treasury and the IRS have released critical guidance in two notices that propose rules potentially affecting a vast array of taxpayers. Recent Section 174 guidance addresses the identification, allocation, and treatment of expenditures for specified research or experimental (SRE) and software development activities, contract research arrangements, dispositions, revisions to regulations on Section 460 long-term contracts and Section 482 cost sharing arrangements, as well as a number of other issues. In addition, new corporate alternative minimum tax (CAMT) guidance supplements interim guidance issued earlier this year with rules that clarify application of the CAMT to corporations (and groups of corporations), CAMT foreign tax credits, computation of adjusted financial statement income (AFSI) and related adjustments, financial statement net operating losses, and other areas. Our panelists will share their insights from these notices and how businesses should consider responding. This webcast is CPE-eligible.
US Tax Marketing, PwC US