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The Votes Are In: State Responses to Federal Tax Reform
TCJA’s impact on states poses practical concerns and challenges

H.R. 1,1 colloquially known by its former name, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), made sweeping changes to the Internal Revenue Code and has far-reaching implications for state tax systems that broadly conform to the IRC. This article highlights state legislative and administrative responses to the TCJA as well… Read more »

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Atlanta Chapter
Holds Monthly Lunch Meeting

TEI’s Atlanta Chapter held its monthly lunch meeting at Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurant on November 15, with presentations made by Alvarez & Marsal. The meeting covered the impact of the Multistate Tax Commission’s Arm’s-Length Adjustment Service (“ALAS”) advisory. The speakers were Brian Pedersen, managing director at Alvarez & Marsal, and… Read more »

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Asia Chapter Hits Growth Spurt
TEI Officials Visit, Discuss Exciting Initiatives

There’s no doubt that Asia has enormous geopolitical influence. And there’s also no doubt that the Asia Chapter of TEI is one of the organization’s fastest growing, with clear global significance. Tax Executive wants to give readers the flavor of the Asia Chapter, with a recipe that is one part… Read more »

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San Francisco Chapter
Assisting the Homeless

San Francisco TEI members John Ho (far left) and Roni Lee Height offered tax assistance to homeless veterans in mid-September at the biennial East Bay Stand Down. The Stand Down, which takes place at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, helps homeless veterans get back on their feet. Many need help complying… Read more »

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Iowa Chapter
Hosts 2017 Opening Meeting

Although the twentieth anniversary of the Iowa Chapter occurred in April, celebrations of this milestone were delayed so as not to interfere with the wind-down of FY 2016. Over the summer, the Chapter planned a special kickoff celebration meeting for FY 2017, which was held in late September. Chapter President… Read more »

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TEI Roundtable No. 11: What Keeps CTOs Up at Night
Retroactivity issues and the Apple case may trigger some angst, but what often cause concern for CTOs on the firing line are business developments they don't know about

  For chief tax officers (CTOs), there are everyday worries, and then there are worries that keep them up at night—BEPS, changing compliance requirements, and increasing demands on their time, to name just a few. Tax Executive convened a roundtable to discuss in more detail the changing role of CTOs… Read more »

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Lynne Clare

Lynne Clare knows value-added tax (VAT). She really knows VAT. Currently the strategic VAT director at Sony, Clare has been involved with VAT issues for most of her career. It all began a little more than 26 years ago when she was posted to a VAT team at Her Majesty’s… Read more »

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