RSM Tax Summit 2020: Seeking solid ground
LIVE WEBCAST |
Over the course of the week, we have 16 sessions scheduled, focusing on insightful post-election perspectives, changes in our world and business models due to recent events, and considerations for business owners and tax professionals as we wrap up 2020 and look forward to 2021. Attendees can pick and choose the sessions to create a customized experience including topics such as:
- The tax impact of the 2020 U.S. election
- Financing and cash flow considerations
- How transfer pricing is changing: Domestically and globally
- State tax perspectives on the impact of COVID-19
- Reviewing USMCA and effective tactics and strategies to employ to maximize benefit
- How changing workforce models effect companies and their employees
- Gifting strategies to consider with a potential reduction in the estate tax exemption in the U.S.
- And year-end tax planning ideas for U.S. businesses and individuals
30-minute Ask the Expert sessions are scheduled throughout the week. These chat-style sessions are hyper-focused by industry, entity or technology and are the perfect forum for individuals to ask questions and engage in discussion with RSM specialists.
Here’s a view of all the happenings for the week:
Download the full brochure for a complete view of the schedule, session descriptions, and speakers.
This event may qualify for up to 16 hours of CPE credit. To qualify, participants must log in to the webcast and provide your first name, last name and email address. Participants must meet minimum participation minutes and answer 75% of the polling questions for each event. Group CPE credit is not available. Certificates will be available for download immediately following the session. For more information regarding administrative policies, such as refunds, cancellations and complaints, please contact us.
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