U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference
U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference
EVENT

2018 U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference

Recap of May 2018 USCBTC event

Fontainebleau Miami Beach | Miami, FL


  • Agenda
  • Hosts
  • Presentations

Agenda

Check out the cross-border tax and trade topics—many related to U.S. tax reform—that were covered at KPMG LLP's U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference (USCBTC), including the Trade and Customs Forum and the Global Transfer Pricing Forum.

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Hosts

Thank you!

 

On behalf of KPMG's Tax practice, we would like to thank all the attendees of the 2018 U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference for making it an exciting and well-attended event.

The conference is KPMG's premier tax event for our clients. Its goal is to explore critical tax and trade issues that are important to our multinational clients operating in today's ever-changing marketplace. We hope we succeeded in having stimulating and instructive general and breakout sessions and that you had the opportunity to network with your tax and trade executive peers, KPMG Tax advisers, and Tax partners from KPMG International's network of member firms.

 

Jeff LeSage

Americas Vice Chairman, Tax KPMG LLP

Will Willams

National Managing Principal, Tax KPMG LLP

Presentations

Presentations from KPMG's 2018 U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference, Trade and Customs Forum, and Global Transfer Pricing Forum as well as other materials discussed at the event are available below.

 


Additional materials

Tax reform - Supplement to KPMG's Handbook, Accounting for Income Taxes
KPMG’s latest tax reform Q&As illustrate intraperiod allocation when a company has a loss from continuing operations. The guidance and examples address how companies should consider the new annual limitation on using NOLs when performing intraperiod allocation.
KPMG's International Tax Reform Analyzer
Modeling the potential impact of the new U.S. tax legislation

Save the Date | May 14 - 16, 2019

2019 U.S. Cross-Border Tax Conference

Fontainebleau Miami Beach