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Corporate Action Taxability of the ‘Fourth Kind’—Challenges Booking Events when Companies Move Offshore

Sponsor: Wolters Kluwer Financial Services
Date: April 24, 2013 03:00PM

Are you accurately booking the taxability of the corporate action inversions resulting from U.S. companies moving offshore?

The increase in the number of U.S. companies becoming foreign corporations through reorganizations to reduce tax obligations is resulting in some significant corporate action tax reporting challenges. Unlike the more typical booking as nontaxable, taxable gain or loss, and taxable gain (but not loss) categories, offshoring often results in ‘inversions’— a strange sort of hybrid that could be thought of as “Taxability of the Fourth Kind.”

Please join us on April 24th for this insightful web seminar— Corporate Action Taxability of the ‘Fourth Kind’—Challenges Booking Events when Companies Move Offshore, at which Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ experts including Stevie D. Conlon, Senior Director & Tax Counsel, John Kareken, Senior Tax & Regulatory Analyst, and Jon Mosier, Tax & Regulatory Analyst, Form 8937 Specialist will delve into key types of events that create these "fourth dimension" kind of tax challenges and what you need to do to capture essential taxability information for cost basis reporting compliance.

Speakers:
Stevie D. Conlon, J.D., CPA Senior Director & Tax Counsel, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services
John A. Kareken, J.D., Senior Tax & Regulatory Specialist, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services
Jon Mosier, J.D., Tax & Regulatory Analyst, Form 8937 Specialist at Wolters Kluwer



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