Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM ET (60 minutes including Q&A)
Bloomberg BNA and the Association for Computers and Taxation (ACT) are excited to sponsor an informative webinar that focuses on fixed assets, one of the most significant sources of temporary differences on the corporate balance sheets.
Today's tax environment continues to place significant demands on corporate tax staff - regulations are changing, reporting demands are increasing, all while staff sizes and budgets are shrinking. Across the board, tax departments are being asked to do more with less. One area that poses a significant challenge for corporations is the reconciliation of temporary differences for fixed assets - particularly in light of the new IRS tangible property regulations.
These regulations are forcing companies to take a hard look at tax processes and supporting software systems and to consider making material changes. At the same time, the IRS has recently moved the deadline back for compliance with the tangible property regulations, allowing companies to take a more holistic view and approach to addressing the fixed asset business problem.
Join us for a one hour webinar in which representatives from two industry leaders - Bloomberg BNA and Ernst & Young - discuss how to take advantage of this additional time through the application of practical tips, approaches, and best practices for transforming your fixed asset tax processes and systems.
Ernst & Young LLP
Executive Director, Product Management
Bloomberg BNA, Software Segment