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Practical U.S. Domestic Tax Strategies
WorldTrade Executive In, May 2013
Do you need actionable strategies for handling domestic implications in the latest U.S. tax developments? Wish you had access to the "best practices" being used by the United States' leading companies?
Practical U.S. Domestic Tax Strategies will show you in clear and practical terms how the most successful companies in the United States are managing their domestic tax liabilities.
Changes in your tax strategies in response to recent legislation and regulation.
Techniques for tax free mergers and acquisitions incorporating the management of local and state taxes.
How to manage the corporate tax department such as intregrating financial and tax planning.
How to assess the advantages of various tax structures and their implications.
How to structure your employee benefits to minimize your tax burden.
Each issue of Practical U.S./Domestic Tax Strategies provides commentary and advice illustrated by case studies of major corporations along with feature articles by senior practitioners at leading law and accounting firms. You will notice a practical, action-oriented presentation incorporating a hands-on perspective.
Motorola's tax director describes how the tax department was reengineered to help the company to quickly react and capitalize on tax opportunities and structuring alternatives.
Spinning off your real estate assets: How a new IRS ruling creates opportunities for multinationals with large real estate portfolios.
The Vice President of Taxes at Cooper Industries offers alternatives to control tax costs associated with mergers and acquisitions while warning about some potential costly surprises.
Legislative activity concerning the taxation of e-commerce has picked up as the Internet Tax Freedom Act is about to expire.
Executive Compensation: How individual leasing programs, deferred compensation and rabbi trusts combine to create a powerful income strategy.
U.S. Domestic Tax Advisory Board:
Richard E. Andersen, Esq., Arnold and Porter
Sunghak Baik, Esq., Ernst and Young
William C. Benjamin, Esq., Hale and Dorr
John I. Forry, Esq., Ernst and Young
Jaime Gonzalez-Bendikson, Esq., Baker and McKenzie
Howard M. Liebman, Esq., Jones, Day, Reavis and Pogue (Brussels)
Keith Martin, Esq., Chadbourne and Parke
Antoine Paszkiewicz, Esq., Kramer, Levin, Naftalis and Frankel (Paris)
Cristian Rosso Alba, Esq., Hope, Duggan and Silva (Buenos Aires)
Eric Tomsett, Deloitte and Touche (London)
Miguel Valdes, Esq., Ernst and Young
Michael A. View, Esq., Ernst and Young
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