2021 Boot Camp 2.0

INTERNATIONAL TAX BOOT CAMP 2.0
2020 TAX COMPLIANCE UPDATE & MODELING SCENARIOS

*8 HOURS OF CPE AVAILABLE*

Please email alavigne@forteintax.com if you would like to receive information about the recorded online Boot Camp or future learning events.

PREPARING INTERNATIONAL TAX PROFESSIONALS
FOR THE COMPLIANCE SEASON & BEYOND

June 9th & 10th, 2021

CPE CREDITS: Up to 8 CPE credits in the Taxes field of study may be awarded upon verification of participant attendance.

NASBA Field of Study: Taxes

REGISTRATION

Early Bird Registration is open until May 15, 2021 |  Registration closes June 5, 2021

You may register for a single registration or join us as a business group.  If you have more than one colleague joining from your Company, we invite you to take advantage of the “Add-on Registration” option, which is a lower rate. If you have more than three (3) representatives from the same company, we invite you to choose the “3+ Group Rate” for unlimited registration by Company.  If you choose the group option, please email the registrants names to Allison Lavigne (alavigne@forteintax.com).

LEARNING MODULES

FOUR DISTINCT LEARNING MODULES ILLUSTRATE THE POWER OF INTEGRATED INTERNATIONAL TAX PLANNING, PROVISION, AND COMPLIANCE

All Modules include:
Technical Overview
Hands-on Case Study
International Tax Forms


MODULE 1

Foreign Branch vs. CFC

MODULE 2

Calculating Subpart F, GILTI & the High-Tax Exclusion

MODULE 3

GILTI/FDII/FTC & Repatriation Analysis

MODULE 4

Recap & Modeling Tax Reform Proposals

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This workshop is designed to help prepare international tax professionals for the tax compliance season.  As a result of active participation, program recipients be able to meet the following learning objectives:

Explain the internal revenue code sections and administrative guidance related to the outbound aspects U.S. international tax system.

Identify how to determine the quantitative aspects of the related tax technical requirements.

Discuss how each of the tax requirements is reported on the related international tax forms including, 5471, 8858, 8975, 8992, 8993 and 1118.

Highlights include...

Latest International Tax Technical Content

  • Foreign E&P, Subpart F and GILTI
  • Foreign Derived Intangible Income
  • GILTI/FDII Section 250 Deduction
  • Reg. Section 861-8, et al
  • Foreign Tax Credit

Modeling Global & US International Tax Proposals

  • OECD Pillars One & Two
  • Biden Administration Proposals
  • Senator Wyden Proposals

All calculations are mapped to automatically populate the 2020 International Tax Forms via VantagePoint™ Data Binding

  • 8875 – Country-by-Country Report
  • 8858 – Foreign Branch and Disregarded Entities
  • 5471 – Controlled Foreign Corporations
  • 8990 – Section 163(j) Limitation on Business Interest Expense
  • 8991 – Base Erosion Minimum Tax (“BEAT”)
  • 8992 – Global Intangible Income (“GILTI”)
  • 8993 – Section 250 GILTI/FDII Deduction
  • 1118 – Foreign Tax Credit

Registration

Please email alavigne@forteintax.com if you would like to receive information about the recorded online Boot Camp or future learning events.

Delivery Methods

This is an online workshop with live interaction with highly skilled and experienced program instructors. 

The program is delivered through 4 distinct but interrelated topical sessions.  Each of the 4 sessions includes an overview of the latest international tax technical content, numerical examples explaining the underlying computational requirements, and how to report the computational results on the related tax forms. 

A comprehensive case study is used to integrate the individual learning objectives.

Refunds are accepted for duplicative registration only.

Prerequisites

International Tax Experience

Program Level

Intermediate

Advance Preparation

None

Preliminary Program

June 9 – Module A – Morning Session –  10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST

Foreign Branch vs. CFC

  • Calculation Essentials
  • Form 8858
  • Form 5471 Update
    • General Overview
    • New Schedules Q & R
    • Other Changes for 2020 
  • Section 163(j) & CFC Group Election
  • Tracking Tax Basis & E&P
    • E&P Bump Report

June 9 – Module B – Afternoon Session     2:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST

  • Shareholder’s GILTI Calculation
  • Allocation and Apportionment
    • Income, Deductions, and Income Taxes
    • Modified Gross Income Method
  • GILTI high-tax exclusion
    • Tested Units and ETR
  • Form 5471 Schedules I and I-1
  • Form 8992 – Schedules A & B
June 10 – Module C – Morning Session – 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST

GILTI/FDII/FTC & Repatriation Analysis

  • Reg. 861-8 Methodology
    • R&D, Interest and Stewardship
    • 861-13 Characterization of CFC Stock
  • Section 250 GILTI/FDII Deduction
  • Special FTC Asset and Income Adjustments
  • Section 904(b)(4) Adjustment for 245A Deductions
  • Repatriation Planning
  • BEAT Interplay
  • IRS Forms Update
June 10 – Module D – Afternoon Session – 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST

Recap & Modeling Tax Reform Proposals

  • Recap – Integrated Case Study
  • Biden/Wyden International Tax Proposals
  • OECD Pillars and the MLI Update
  • Final Q&A and Graduation Ceremony
June 11 – Office Hours 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CST 

Office Hours (Supplemental Q&A)

 

Questions?

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