Section 163(j) proposed regulations unpacked
Section 163(j) proposed regulations unpacked
WEBCAST

Tax Reform Thursdays: Section 163(j) Proposed Regulations Unpacked

Dec 20, 2018 13:00

Webcast Overview:

On November 26, 2018, the Treasury Department and IRS released section 163(j) proposed regulations. The more than 430-page package reflects the next step in the implementation of significant new business interest limitations enacted as part of the 2017 U.S. tax law, and follows the issuance earlier this year of IRS Notice 2018-28.

KPMG LLP (KPMG) is pleased to invite you to a 90-minute webcast that will provide an overview of the proposed regulations’ potential impact on U.S. domestic business. (The international tax implications of section 163(j) were discussed on a December 6 KPMG TaxWatch Webcast. Watch replay here.) In this webcast, speakers from KPMG’s Washington National Tax practice will discuss:

  • The proposed regulations, with a focus on provisions that would generally be relevant to taxpayers that conduct business in the U.S.
  •  Specific provisions related to corporate taxpayers
  •  Specific provisions related to passthrough entities and their owners
  •  How states are responding to the new interest expense limitation rules.
  • New forms and reporting implications

Speakers:

Deborah Fields

Deborah Fields

Partner in Charge, Passthroughs Group, Washington National Tax, KPMG LLP (U.S.)

Harley T. Duncan

Harley T. Duncan

Managing Director, State & Local Tax, KPMG (US)

Sam Chen

Sam Chen

Managing Director, Financial Institutions and Products Group, KPMG (US)

Maury Passman

Maury Passman

Managing Director, Corporate Group, KPMG (US)

Carol Kulish

Carol Kulish

Director, Federal Legislative & Regulatory Services, Washington National Tax, KPMG LLP (U.S.)

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