November Full Day Seminar

DIRECTIONS TO THE
November
Meadow Wood Manor
461 Route 10 East
Randolph, NJ
Full Day Seminar
(973) 537-5454
FROM NORTHERN NEW JERSEY & NEW YORK
CITY: Take Route 80 West to exit 43 Route I-287 South.
Take Route I-287 to Route 10 West exit 39B. Travel
approximately 8 miles until Route 10 intersects Millbrook Ave. Go through that intersection, making sure
you are in the left lane. At the next traffic light
(intersection of Center Grove Road), make a U-turn.
Meadow Wood Manor is on your right.
EXHIBITORS
Presented by
Wolters Kluwer CCH
Tax Executives Institute, Inc.
CORPTAX
New Jersey Chapter
Program Sponsored by
Thomas Fezza
Moody’s
7 World Trade Center
250 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10007
KPMG LLP
DuCharme, McMillen
& Associates, Inc.
Global Tax Management Inc.
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Friday, November 14, 2014
Andersen Tax
Meadow Wood Manor
WTP Advisors
461 Route 10 East
Randolph, NJ
FROM SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY: Take the NJ Turnpike North to exit 14 for Route I-78 West Express toward Garden State Parkway / Clinton. Take the exit toward 24 West/Springfield/Route 124 West/Morristown.
Merge onto Route I-78 West. Merge onto Route 24 West
using exit 48 toward Route 124 West/Springfield/
Morristown. Merge onto Route I-287 North toward
Route I-80 / Boonton. Exit onto 10 West (exit 39) toward
Dover. * SEE ABOVE FOR TRAVEL ON ROUTE 10
WEST.
FROM NEW JERSEY SHORE AREA: Take the Garden
State Parkway North to exit 127 for Route 287 North.
Travel on Route I-287 North and exit onto 10 West (exit
39) toward Dover. * SEE ABOVE FOR TRAVEL ON
ROUTE 10 WEST.
FROM WESTERN NEW JERSEY & PA: Take Route 80
East to exit 28 Route 46 East. At the second light, Route
46 changes to Route 10 East. Travel on Route 10 East
approximately 5 miles. Meadow Wood Manor is on your
right after the intersection of Center Grove Road.
Remember E-mail
your reservations, no later
than November 10th to:
Thomas Fezza
[email protected]
Dear TEI Member:
On behalf of the Officers and Board of Directors of the New Jersey Chapter, it is my pleasure to invite you to attend the New Jersey Chapter's November Full Day Seminar, to be held on Friday,
November 14, 2014 at the Meadow Wood Manor, Randolph, NJ. Our committee chairs in cooperation with our sponsor, KPMG LLP, have put together an exciting program. Please join us to
learn from nationally renowned tax professionals about some of the hottest areas in federal, state and international tax as well as to network with your peers.
6 NJCPE/NYCPE and 6 NJCLE’s will be awarded if all five sessions are attended.
Sincerely, Paula Sheehy - Chapter President
8:00 - 9:00 A.M.: REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
FEDERAL
9:00 A.M.
to
10:00 A.M.
INTERNATIONAL
STATE & LOCAL
Debt Modifications - Tax Implications
for Issuers and Holders
Inversions - Update on Value Proposition and Day 2
Considerations, Including Rate, Cash Planning and
Practical Businesss Implications
Income/Franchise Tax Controversy Update –
Focusing on NY/NJ and Other Cases
of National Importance
Chuck Chubb, Managing Director
Ellen MacNeil, Managing Director
Andersen Tax
John Kuchinski, Partner, Intl Tax
Peter Blessing, Tax Managing Director, WNT
Issac Hirsch, Senior Manager, Int'l Tax
KPMG LLP
Jim Venere, Managing Director
Russell Levitt, Managing Director
Fred James, Partner
KPMG LLP
10:10 A.M.
to
11:10 A.M.
Chris Kachinsky, Partner
Greg Bocchino, Partner
Liz Wallace, Senior Manager
KPMG LLP
Foreign Audits of Permanent Establishments
& Business Profits
ASC 450 - Common Issues and Best Practices
that Impact S&U Reserves
Summer Austin, Partner
Parisa Manteghi, Associate
Baker & McKenzie LLP
Jim Bartek, Partner
Rich Salsano, Senior Manager
KPMG LLP
11:10 - 11:20 A.M.: BREAK
11:20 A.M.
to
12:20 P.M.
Transaction Costs - Buyers and Sellers Implications for Tax Returns & Financial Statements
Howard Steinberg, Partner
KPMG LLP
LatAm Country Update - Mexico, Brazil, Chile & Columbia
Alfonso Pallete, Partner, LatAm Region
Murilo Mello, Partner, Brazil
Jose Ramirez, Partner, Mexico
KPMG LLP
The Leading-edge of State Tax Controversy,
including Apportionment and Due Process
Scott Brian Clark, Partner
Dentons US LLP
12:20 - 1:20 P.M.: LUNCHEON
1:20 P.M.
to
2:20 P.M.
BEPS Update - Potential Foreign Country Responses,
Hybrids, & Transfer Pricing Including Country
by Country Reporting
VAT vs. Sales Tax: Similarities/Differences
and Why You Should Care
Dennis Minich, Managing Director
Andersen Tax
Anthony Sileo, Principal, Intl Tax
Rahul Gomes, Tax Managing Director, Intl Tax
Luca Bonardi, Principal, Transfer Pricing
KPMG LLP
Diane Dorr, Senior Manager
Edel Flynn, Senior Manager
KPMG LLP
2:40 P.M.
to
3:40 P.M.
Bill Stoddard, Tax Managing Director
KPMG LLP
Sherif Assef, Managing Director, Transfer Pricing
Nate Levin, Head of Tax Valuation
Duff & Phelps, LLC
Rob Kovacev, Partner
Steptoe & Johnson LLP
3:40 - 4:30 P.M.: HOSPITALITY HOUR
Friday, November 14, 2014
Seminar fee: $200
$175 if registered by Nov. 7th
E-mail your reservations,
no later than November 10th to:
Thomas Fezza
[email protected]
Cancellation Policy:
Cancellation must be received 24 hours in
advance to avoid registration charges.
Company __________________________________
Important: To contact you if we have questions,
please provide your phone # or email address
_________________________________
2:20 - 2:40 P.M.: COFFEE BREAK
Anticipating & Defending IRS Challenges to Cross Border
Transactions, Including the Economic Substance Doctrine
November
Full Day Seminar
Name _____________________________________
Compensation Issues in Connection
with Mergers and Acquisitions
Federal Tax Controversy UpdateIncluding IDR Initiative,
Transfer Pricing Roadmap, & PFAs
NEW JERSEY CHAPTER
Program Sponsored by KPMG LLP
10:00 - 10:10 A.M.: COFFEE BREAK
Federal Tax Update - Tax Implications FASB/IASB Revenue
Recognition, Software for R&E Credit, & Section 199 Calculations
TAX EXECUTIVES
INSTITUTE, INC.
Transfer-Pricing and State Taxation:
Understanding the Multistate Tax Commission’s
New Initiative
Ned Leiby, Managing Director
Guy Sanschagrin
WTP Advisors
If you have any questions, please call
Thomas at (212) 553-1497.
This program has been approved by the
CLE Board of the Supreme Court of
New Jersey for 6 hours of total CLE credit.
Credit Cards Cannot Be Accepted
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