TAX CORE TEAM LEADERS

Craig Chaney, CPA
Shareholder
Brock and Company CPAs, PC
Longmont, CO, USA

Jonathan Ciccotelli, CPA
Vice President
Meaden & Moore, LLP 
Wooster, PA, USA

Scott Kaplowitch, CPA
Partner
Edelstein & Company LLP
Boston, MA, USA

Kevin Bell, CPA
Partner
Kernutt Stokes LLP
Eugene, OR, USA

David Malcolm, CPA
Partner
Lanigan, Ryan, Malcolm & Doyle, PC
Gaithersburg, MD, USA

Daria (Dee) Palaschak, CPA
Partner
Sisterson & Co. LLP
Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Brian Stetina, CPA
Partner
Faw Casson & Co. LLP
Dover, DE, USA

Mary Walsh, CPA
Partner
James Moore & Co. PL
Gainesville, FL, USA

Teri Kaye, CPA
Partner
Daszkal Bolton LLP
Sunrise, FL, USA

Lance Weiss, CPA, CVA
Partner
SFW Partners, LLC
St. Louis, MO, USA

Nicole Harrigan, CPA
Partner
Regier Carr & Monroe, LLP
Tucson, AZ, USA

TAX WEBINAR

INTERNATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE TAX CUTS & JOBS ACT

March 8, 2018 from 2 - 3 pm ET

Program Level: Advanced | Prerequisites & Advanced Prep: None
CPE: 1 hr. in Taxation | Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based

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During this presentation you will learn context and guidance for computing and implementing various provisions of international tax reform, such as: 

• What is driving international tax reform
• Components of international tax reform
• Impact of key provisions on businesses
• International tax planning post-2017

Learning objectives:

• Understand history and reasons behind international tax reform
• Identify components of international tax reform
• Structuring implications of FDII and GILTI
• Quantify models of structuring choices
• Cite real world examples of international tax reform’s impact on major companies 



Our Speaker:

Allen J. Littman, LL.M., J.D., M.B.A., CPA is a tax advisor at Meaden & Moore. He has over 26 years of experience in a wide variety of U.S. and international tax matters involving foreign and domestic businesses and individuals. In 2015, he moved from Washington, DC to Cleveland, Ohio where he started his own tax firm. [learn more about Allen]
 

     

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• Handout materials will be forwarded to participants shortly before the webinar. 
• Sign-up sheets are needed if you are meeting as a group; click Connect for more information.
• This webinar will be recorded; the recording and handouts will be sent to members and available in the Knowledge Bank after the webinar.
• AGN cannot award CPE for listening to the recording.

NASBA Requirements:
• Proctor to verify participation (if meeting as a group).
• 3 polling questions per 50-minute hour; participants must answer all questions to receive full CPE credit. 

Canadian Members: 
Submit your CPE certificate to your Provincial Institute to qualify for CPD.



   

 

NASBA REQUIRED info

Cost/Cancellation:  Members-only free webinar; notify Donna Munday to cancel registration. 
Refund Policy:        n/a
Record Retention:  All CPE records are kept in the AGN database for 5 years
Complaint Resolution:  Contact Kathy Sautters, NA Regional Director, at 303-743-7880, option 1 

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