Author: Tax Executive Staff

TEI Takes Tax Tech to Orlando

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Transformation, AI, the IRS—all of these and more took center stage at TEI’s Tax Technology Seminar in Orlando this spring. As the in-house tax world moves into the future with the latest in tax technology tools and knowledge, TEI offers this essential annual event to meet members where they need… Read more »


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TEI gratefully acknowledges the support of its sponsors. Their financial support enables TEI to maintain a rich program of value-added education, networking, and advocacy activities for the in-house tax community. Exclusive Affinity Partner Thomson Reuters Platinum ADP Tax Credit Services Andersen Bloomberg Tax & Accounting CAC Specialty Crowe LLP CSC… Read more »

Brief Overview of What the Pillar Two Directive Means for Multinational Companies
Pillar Two’s inconsistent adoption by EU member states could complicate an already intricate system of domestic and EU laws that businesses must navigate

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Editor’s note: This article was written prior to the OECD’s new administrative guidance on Pillar Two, released June 17. This article examines two central points for multinational enterprises as they grapple with the complexities and novelties of Pillar Two. We first address nuanced interpretations of various points of guidance and…

Celebrating Tax, Tax Technology, and the Moments That Bring Us Together

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As the tax landscape gets more complicated, we have a need to engage and come together like never before. Learning from the successes of and challenges faced by our fellow members can only help all of us. Engaging with our nontax colleagues in a manner that provides clarity and an… Read more »

Jun Ping
Toronto Chapter

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Jun Ping, chair of TEI’s Canadian Commodity Tax Committee, a director of TEI’s Toronto Chapter, and a chartered professional accountant, has always believed in the importance of communication skills and community interactions for tax professionals. In fact, advocating for the role of communications skills in tax is what helped Ping…

TEI Engage Is Live!

TEI is excited to announce the launch of our new member-only online community, TEI Engage. TEI Engage provides members with direct access to our 6,200 members worldwide. We invite you to join a discussion group, post a question, share your experiences, and learn about all of the events and activities… Read more »

Florida Chapter
Holds Annual Spring Meeting

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TEI’s Florida Chapter held its annual Spring Meeting on May 7 and 8. The meeting was hosted by RSM and included several interesting topics, including a session with local IRS executives giving an update on current IRS hot topics.

TEI Submits Comments on Proposed New Canadian Audit Powers

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On May 28, TEI submitted comments to the Canadian government regarding expanded audit powers for the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), as proposed in Canada’s Budget 2024. The proposed expanded powers would impose a new penalty for “noncompliance” with information requirements, create a new notice of noncompliance regime, toll the running… Read more »

Tax Valuation Considerations for M&A Transactions
A close look at purchase price allocations, Section 382 limitation calculations, tax receivable agreements, and more

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Public corporations, private equity-backed portfolio companies, and privately held companies often look to mergers and acquisitions (M&As) to drive growth and shareholder value. However, pursuing M&A-driven growth may be complicated, since companies must comply with ever-evolving financial and tax reporting requirements, deal with increasing financial audit and tax authority scrutiny,…