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2024 State Corporate Income Tax Changes

Spurred by their emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic with revenue surpluses and a drive to mitigate the effects of inflation, states continue to ride waves of reform in 2024. This year, thirty-four states made changes to their tax codes, effective January 1. As detailed here, six states—Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska,… Read more »

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Jonathan Winn
Atlanta Chapter

Jonathan Winn, president of TEI’s Atlanta Chapter, has a clear plan for the chapter’s immediate future: to better engage members. “Atlanta is so geographically spread out, with a diverse footprint of hubs and business throughout the metro area. Our focus now is to meet the members where they work and… Read more »

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Education and Engagement Remain Front and Center for TEI Members

It’s been a little over a month since we convened for our 74th Midyear Conference, but the impressions are vivid, whether from the Fireside Chat with IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel and Deputy Commissioner Doug O’Donnell; the myriad rich and pertinent educational sessions, often with government speakers; the member industry roundtable… Read more »

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E-Invoicing Mandates, AI, and the Evolving In-House Tax Role

Two key areas shaping the evolving roles of in-house tax professionals are e-invoicing mandates and artificial intelligence (AI). Ray Grove, head of corporate tax and trade for Thomson Reuters, knows all about these developments. Tax Executive’s managing editor, Sam Hoffmeister, interviewed him in January to glean some of Grove’s expert… Read more »

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Continuing Education Calendar

2024 Federal Tax Course – Level 2 (Simulive Edition) April 2–May 16 Virtual 2024 Tax Technology Seminar April 29–May 1 Orlando, FL TEI Region 9 Annual Conference April 29–May 1 Palo Alto, CA TEI Region 1 Annual Canadian Tax Conference May 6–8 Ottawa, ON TEI Region 10 Annual Conference May 22–24… Read more »

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The Intersection of Tax Technology, R&D Credits, and Innovation: Adapted Insights From Steve Jobs and Bill Gates

Do you want the good news or the bad news first? The bad news is that research credits are not getting easier to claim in 2024. Internal Revenue Service audits have become more frequent. Taxpayers have suffered losses in court. The IRS has proposed changes to Form 6765, Credit for… Read more »

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TEI Intensifies Direct Engagement With Tax

One of the many benefits of active engagement in TEI’s advocacy activities is the potential to meet face-to-face with tax authority decision-makers to discuss issues important to TEI and its members’ companies. These important meetings help shape tax policy and administration in the United States and worldwide, strengthen TEI’s relationship… Read more »

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Acknowledgments

TEI gratefully acknowledges the support of its sponsors. Their financial support enables TEI to maintain a rich program of value-added education, networking, and advocacy activities for the in-house tax community. Exclusive Affinity Partner Thomson Reuters Platinum ADP Inc. Andersen Bloomberg Tax & Accounting CAC Specialty Crowe LLP CSC Corptax Deloitte… Read more »

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The Market for Clean Energy Tax Credits Is Booming

The Expert: Rob Parker Since Congress passed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) in August 2022, private companies have announced over $628 billion in commitments to American industries like clean energy manufacturing, electric vehicles, and clean power. The economic research firm Rhodium Group reports that clean energy investments in the twelve… Read more »

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Gorka Echevarria

When Gorka Echevarria made the move to Lexmark in 2018, he realized an exciting opportunity to oversee the entire indirect tax function of the corporation. “The prospect of steering a significant transformation within the department, including the enhancement of tools and processes, was particularly appealing,” he says. As the global… Read more »

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