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KPMG Board Leadership Center / Audit Committee Institute Webcast Series

Webcast series focusing on the broad range of tax changes affecting businesses, including lower U.S. corporate tax rates, various business deductions, and significant changes to the international tax regime (e.g., deemed repatriation of undistributed foreign earnings).

Tax reform and 2017 financial statements: Implications for accounting, reporting, and controls

Original webcast date: February 9, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017, is expected to significantly impact companies’ tax accounting and reporting, as well as related processes and controls. This timely 60-minute webcast – the first in a special series – focused on the broad range of tax changes affecting businesses, including lower U.S. corporate tax rates, various business deductions, and significant changes to the international tax regime (e.g., deemed repatriation of undistributed foreign earnings). As these tax changes will have significant financial reporting implications in the period in which the law was enacted—and the effects must be recognized in companies' December 2017 financial statements—the webcast will also provide an overview of how the tax law changes may impact the tax provision and financial statements.

Stay tuned for information on upcoming webcasts in the series

 


Guest speakers

Ashby Corum

Ashby Corum

Partner, Tax, KPMG LLP (US)

John Gimigliano

John Gimigliano

Principal, Tax, KPMG LLP

Kayreen Handley

Kayreen Handley

Partner, DPP, KPMG (US)

Jose R. Rodriguez

Jose R. Rodriguez

Partner in Charge, Audit Committee Institute, KPMG (US)

Continuing professional education (CPE) credit are not available for a webcast replay. The Webcast will last approximately one hour.

 

 

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KPMG Board Leadership Center

The KPMG Board Leadership Center champions outstanding governance to help drive long-term corporate value and enhance investor confidence. Through an array of programs and perspectives—including KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute, the WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation, and more—the Center engages with directors and business leaders to help articulate their challenges and promote continuous improvement of public- and private-company governance. Drawing on insights from KPMG professionals and governance experts worldwide, the Center delivers practical thought leadership—on risk and strategy, talent and technology, globalization and compliance, financial reporting and audit quality, and more—all through a board lens. Learn more at kpmg.com/blc.

KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute

As part of KPMG’s Board Leadership Center, ACI provides audit committee and board members with practical insights, resources, and peer-exchange opportunities focused on strengthening oversight of financial reporting and audit quality, and the array of challenges facing boards and businesses today—from risk management and emerging technologies to strategy, talent, and global compliance. Learn more about ACI at kpmg.com/aci.