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It’s Not the Eggnog – New Jersey Proposes to Specially Allocate GILTI Based on GDP

On December 21, the New Jersey Division of Taxation released Technical Bulletin TB-85, which addresses how the Division will expect taxpayers to calculate the amount of so-called global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI) and foreign derived intangible income (FDII) that are taxable for New Jersey corporation business tax (CBT) purposes. Background: GILTI and FDII under Federal Tax Law...

Eversheds Sutherland Seattle CPE Day – Navigating The Changing World of Tax – Day 2, November 7, 2018

Please view our presentations from day 2 of our Seattle CPE Day on federal and international tax planning. Hard Knock Life: The New Worldwide Territoriality and the Continuing Significance of the Foreign Tax Credit in the US – Speakers, Randy Buchanan and Robb Chase On to the Next One: The Increasing Importance of Destination in Tax Regimes – Speakers, Michele Borens, Randy...

Eversheds Sutherland Seattle CPE Day – Navigating The Changing World of Tax – Day 1, November 6, 2018

Please view our presentations from our Seattle CPE Day on federal and international tax planning. 99 Problems: Planning in a Time of Tax Uncertainty – Speakers, Robb Chase, Randy Buchanan, Mary Monahan and Stefanie Wood Empire State of Mind: International M&A Post Tax Reform – Speakers, Daniel Nicholas and Jed Rogers Can’t Knock the Hustle: The Implications of...

Eversheds Sutherland Year-End Tax Seminar – Navigating the Changing World of Tax, November 14, 2018, Philadelphia, PA

Please view our presentations from Eversheds Sutherland’s year-end tax seminar on federal and international tax planning. 99 Problems: Addressing Risk in a Time of Tax  Uncertainty – Speakers, Ellen McElroy, Karl Zeswitz and Michael Resnick Can’t Knock the Hustle: The Implications of International Reforms for Audit and Controversy – Speakers, Mary Monahan and Robb...

Presentation by Proposed Section 168(k) Regulations Team Provides Insight Into Significant Policy Decisions

On August 21, 2018, the Federal Bar Association hosted at Eversheds Sutherland’s Washington, D.C. office, a panel discussion with the team of IRS and Treasury professionals who drafted the proposed regulations for section 168(k).  Kathy Reed and Betsy Binder of the IRS Office of Chief Counsel were joined by Ellen Martin of the Department of the Treasury, as well as Barbara Young, Vice...

State Tax Reform Roundtables

The Tax Executives Institute’s (TEI) State and Local Tax Committee is holding a series of State Tax Reform Roundtables to enable SALT professionals to stay abreast of state tax developments associated with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, to engage with subject-matter experts, and to hear from peers regarding their “boots on the ground” knowledge and experience. This series of calls will...