Wolters Kluwer Tax Expert To Speak At Tax Reform Conference
By Lowtax Editorial
11 September, 2018
Mark Friedlich, Senior Director of Tax and Accounting, North America, Wolters Kluwer, and a member of the Senate Finance Committee Chief Counsel's Tax Advisory Committee on Tax Reform, will be giving a presentation at the upcoming AICPA & CIMA U.S. Tax Reform Conference. The title of his talk will be 'Understanding BEAT Changes' and he will be discussing how to calculate BEAT charges and interest, and examining whether GAP and Globe will impact the BEAT issue.
Please see below for details of the conference:
17 September 2018
Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel,
AICPA & CIMA
U.S. Tax Reform Conference
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