2019 withholding tax campaigns and the TCJA
What this means for you
RECORDED WEBCAST |
The IRS’ new FATCA reporting and 1042-S compliance campaigns focused on enforcing regulations governing U.S.-sourced payments made to foreign persons starts in early 2019. These increased enforcement efforts, coupled with changes in reporting and withholding requirements under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), mean that financial institutions and multinational companies need to prepare for potential exams now and must have an understanding of the impact of these trends and changes on their systems, policies and procedures in order to mitigate risk and potential exposure.
Join RSM leaders as they provide an overview of recent IRS trends and changes in U.S. tax information reporting and withholding requirements under the TCJA and other regulations. You will gain insights into what it really means for your company and what you can do now to stay ahead of the situation—from U.S. reporting to international tax considerations.
In this one-hour session, we discuss key areas financial, services and multinational companies need to consider now and into 2019:
- The changes in U.S. reporting and withholding requirements under the TCJA
- IRS 1042 and 1042S campaign launch
- The top 10 action steps for clients to take to prepare for these changes
- Managing risk associated with these changes
By the end of this webcast, attendees will be able to communicate about changes in U.S. reporting and withholding requirements under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and the top 10 action steps for clients to take to prepare for these changes.
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Advance preparation: None | Program level: Basic | Prerequisites: None | Delivery method: Group internet-based
Field of study: Taxes | CPE: One credit