Washington Update: What direction might tax reform take and what will be the impact of the BEPS effort?

A Prelude to the 15th Annual Tax Policy & Practice Symposium, Feb. 19-20, 2014
December 09 - 09, 2013
Program Managers: Deloitte Tax LLP

** UPDATE: A replay of the webcast is available here. **

Monday, December 9, 2013
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM ET
1.5 CPE credits (administered by Deloitte Tax LLP)  Learn more

Webcast Overview:
Concerns over economic growth and globally competitive tax rates, calls for tax simplification and international tax reform, and the OECD BEPS project have the potential to fuel significant U.S. tax law change.  Are we close to the tipping point?  In this session, we will:
  • Explore the likelihood of significant U.S. tax law change in the current political environment;
  • Share progress on the OECD BEPS project, including jurisdiction-specific insights, and; 
  • Discuss U.S. options for international tax reform and the potential effect on business.

Join us for this webcast and gain an understanding of what may lie ahead for U.S. tax reform in order to prepare for the change. 



-   Ray Beeman,
Tax Counsel and Special Advisor for Tax Reform, House Ways and Means Committee
-   Ron Dabrowski, Counsel, Senate Finance Committee
-   Robert Stack, Deputy Assistant Secretary (International Tax Affairs), U.S. Department of the Treasury


-   Jeff Kummer
, Director of Tax Policy, Washington National Tax, Deloitte Tax LLP
-   Philip D. Morrison, Principal, International Tax Quality Assurance, Deloitte Tax LLP

This webcast is an introduction to the 15th Annual Tax Policy & Practice Symposium, "Why Taxes Matter: The Impact of Tax Policy on Strategic Business Decisions," to be held February 19-20, 2014 at The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DC. Visit www.tcpi.org for more information and to register.

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