SOURCE: Networking Seminars

February 24, 2010 15:20 ET

Transfer Pricing, Obama's International Tax Proposals and Recently Passed IRS Regulations Discussed at Networking Seminars Upcoming CPE/CLE Courses

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - February 24, 2010) - Networking Seminars announced the line up of its upcoming basic to advanced international tax seminars being offered across the United States. Taxation of U.S. multinational corporations continues to be a major concern and focus for both the Internal Revenue Service and the Obama Administration. The IRS is stepping up enforcement by hiring thousands of new international examiners to conduct audits of U.S. multinational companies. If passed, the recently released Obama International Tax Proposals in the 2011 Budget will have a major impact on U.S. multinational companies.

To address the new and proposed regulations, Networking Seminars has created a series of tax seminars to be held in New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Boston, Dallas, Philadelphia and San Francisco. The basic principles and fundamental concepts of international tax will be discussed at the Introduction to International Tax while the Obama Tax Proposals and intermediate tax issues will be addressed at the International Tax Update seminars. These seminars are aimed at providing the international tax practitioner a better understanding of how to reduce corporate taxes on foreign earnings for companies with operations abroad.

Networking Seminars will also host advanced seminars on specific areas in which the IRS will step up enforcement, including Transfer Pricing, FIN 48 Disclosures and Taxation of Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions. In addition to providing necessary information on the recent changes and proposed legislation, these advanced seminars will offer practical advice and planning strategies.

"With IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman's announcement that the IRS plans to focus more of its efforts on closely scrutinizing transfer pricing arrangements, it is more important than ever to have appropriate transfer pricing documentation to support your position," states Brian Andreoli, Partner at DLA Piper, who will co-chair the seminars on March 22-25, 2010 in New York City.

Tax authorities are demanding more evidence and documentation to support international tax filings and transfer pricing strategies in this global recession. Networking Seminars' Transfer Pricing seminar will provide guidance as to what the best methods are for transfer pricing planning in this recession and how to combat the IRS in a potential audit as they plan to step up enforcement.

To register for these crucial Tax Seminars and obtain a complete listing of dates and locations, please visit Networking Seminars at http://www.networkingseminars.net.

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