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Tax Reform and Your Board's Role

January 10, 2018
1:30 PM to 2:30 PM EST

Jill Weiner
  • Summary
  • Podcast and Materials
  • Self-Study Course
US tax reform changes have companies scrambling to keep up with anticipated impacts to business strategies and operational decision-making. How versed are your corporate directors in how such sweeping legislation may affect both the strategies and the risk-appetite of your organization? Is your organization adequately resourced? What questions should boards be asking of accounting and tax management to ensure proper modeling and timely tax planning is being performed?
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Webinar Handout Materials: Tax Reform and the Board's Role

Note: CPE credit is not available for this podcast.
Self-Study Course:
If you missed the live webcast, you may access a CPE worthy self-study course by clicking on the following link and entering as "BDO Clients & Invited Guest."

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Learning Objectives:
  • Describe recent and anticipated US tax reform legislation
  • Identify questions boards should be asking to understand a company's evaluation of the impact of recent US tax reform legislation
  • Recognize risks and associated strategies resulting from recent US tax reform legislation

CPE Certificates: Continuing Professional Education credit is available for those who have registered for and participated for the entire webinar (including being logged in for the duration of the webinar and being responsive to all polling questions).
Delivery: Self-Study
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None
Credits: 1.0 CPE Credits in the field of Tax
Program Level: Overview
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