KPMG’s International Accounting Seminar: International Taxation
Start Date : Mar 15, 2013 at 11:00 AM
End Date : Mar 15, 2013 at 12:45 PM
Location : Edwards School of Business Room 144
International Taxation must be factored in this growing age of globalization, as our world increases its trans-border commerce, foreign joint‐ventures, business & investments abroad, and even movement of people services across countries. How does this affect today’s accounting student? Discussions will include everything from transfer pricing to foreign holding companies and international tax structures. Why do corporations enter these strategies and to what advantages and challenges? How do accounting firms get involved, and especially what hot global topics do they face—including dealing with governments and tax authorities in every part of the world?
Partnered With: KPMG
Register by Wednesday, March 13th at 4pm.
Fee: This event is no charge.
Special Notes: Seating capacity limited to 45 participants—registration recommended. Light lunch & refreshments are provided. While this event has an accounting focus, students of all majors with an interest in international business and community guests are welcome to attend.
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