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19 minutes | 6 days ago
Talking tax with Industrial Products: Insights from PwC's Manufacturing COO Survey
Anil Khurana, PwC’s Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive Leader, and Alex Voloshko, PwC’s Value Chain Transformation Leader, join John Livingstone, PwC’s Global Industrial Products Tax Leader, to discuss insights from PwC’s recent Global Manufacturing Survey of almost 600 Chief Operating Officers and the related implications for tax executives.Featuring:Anil Khurana – PwC’s Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive LeaderAlex Voloshko – PwC’s Value Chain Transformation LeaderJohn Livingstone – PwC’s Global Industrial Products Tax Leader
58 minutes | 21 days ago
Tax Readiness: Key Takeaways from PwC's 2021 Global Manufacturing Survey
PwC’s Manufacturing COO Pulse Survey results highlight the competitive threats and strategic priorities for the future of manufacturing. The survey was completed by 585 COOs across eight manufacturing industries and five major world markets. This podcast, recorded on February 24, 2021, will align certain survey results to the value chain with a tax lens. Among other topics, we will discuss demand chains, supply chains, procurement, IP considerations, BEPS and digital services taxes, and transfer pricing.The replay of the Tax Readiness: Key Takeaways from PwC's 2021 Global Manufacturing Survey webcast is available here.Featuring:Sherry Grabow – PwC’s International Tax Services Co-LeaderAlex Voloshko – PwC’s Value Chain Transformation LeaderJohn Livingstone – PwC’s Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive Tax LeaderAnil Khurana – PwC’s Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive Leader
55 minutes | a month ago
Settlements and judgements - Review of Section 162(f)/6050X final regulations
This podcast covers the newly released final regulations on the deduction disallowance for fines and penalties and related information reporting, opportunities for tax savings by using the Section 1341 mitigation provisions, and how the terms of settlements and judgments can affect tax liability.The replay of the Tax Readiness: Settlements and judgements - Review of Section 162(f)/6050X final regulations webcast is available here.Featuring:George Manousos – Partner, WNTS Federal Tax ServicesCandace Ewell – Partner, WNTS Tax Controversy and Regulatory ServicesDennis Tingey – Partner, WNTS Federal Tax ServicesAdam Hales – Director, WNTS Federal Tax Services
48 minutes | 2 months ago
Tax Readiness: Embracing the future of mobility
For many global mobility professionals, 2020 was one of the most difficult and busiest years yet. COVID-19 brought significant changes in the way we work, with workplace flexibility and remote work arrangements. Looking forward, organizations are focused on the future and considering what role remote work will play in long term mobility plans.During this podcast you will hear how policy and processes are developing to support remote working arrangements and review how organizations have embedded remote working into their business operations. Finally, we will discuss the role global mobility teams have to support remote working as we kick off 2021.The replay of the Tax Readiness: Embracing the future of mobility webcast is available here.Featuring:Leo Palazzuoli - Global Leader for PwC’s Global Mobility ServicesEileen Mullaney - Consulting Leader for PwC’s Global Mobility ServicesAmanda McIntyre - Partner, Global Mobility ServicesSarah Mullen - Director, Global Mobility ServicesPieter Manden - Senior Manager, Global Mobility Services
55 minutes | 2 months ago
Tax Readiness: Issues under the Section 451 Final Regulations
In this podcast we discuss significant issues arising under the recently published Section 451 final regulations dealing with recognizing income under the all-events test and the advance payment deferral method.The replay of the Tax Readiness: Issues under the Section 451 Final Regulations webcast is available here.Speakers: Topher CallAdam HalesGeorge ManousosChristine Turgeon
57 minutes | 3 months ago
2021 Tax Policy Outlook: The Changing Horizon
From the White House to the halls of Congress, the policy priorities on the horizon of 2021 are hanging in the balance. What do a global pandemic, economic challenges, and political divisions mean for tax legislation?In this podcast we discuss the potential impacts and our 2021 Tax Policy Outlook: The Changing Horizon. Download this year's publication here.Contacts:Kathryn KaminskyRohit KumarPam OlsonJanice MaysScott McCandlessKarl Russo
25 minutes | 3 months ago
Power & Utilities Surge - Renewables Extension and Deals
In this podcast, Sal Montalbano, PwC US Power & Utilities Tax Leader, and Jeremy Fago, PwC US Power & Utilities Deals Leader go over the renewable tax credit extensions that just came out at the end of 2020 and beginning of 2021 and what we expect to see from a deal standpoint in the power and utility space this next year.
11 minutes | 3 months ago
State tax implications from November elections
An overview of state tax implications in the asset and wealth management industry following the November 2020 election cycle.Speakers: Caragh Deluca, Partner, PwC USJenni Rada, Partner, PwC USTheresa Thompson, Partner, PwC US
59 minutes | 3 months ago
Tax Readiness: New tax legislation and what it means
President Trump signed into law a $2.4 trillion bipartisan legislative package on December 27 that includes government funding, COVID-19 economic relief, and the extension of certain tax provisions. Businesses will want to focus on key provisions that could affect their operations and the US economy in 2021. This podcast was recorded on January 7, 2021 as a timely update on the new tax legislation, what it means for your company, and how you can be prepared.Contacts:Kathryn Kaminsky - Vice Chair, PwC’s US Tax Leader George Manousos - Partner, Federal Tax Services (FTS) Todd Metcalf - Principal, Tax Policy Services (TPS) Janice Mays - Managing Director, Washington National Tax Services Ligeia Donis - Managing Director, Tax Controversy & Regulatory Services (TCRS) William Cauley - Manager, Advisory
54 minutes | 4 months ago
Tax Readiness: Q4 financial reporting considerations
In this podcast, our panel of Tax Accounting Services (TAS) specialists take a deep dive into relevant tax accounting matters and recent tax developments from Q4 2020. Speakers: Rick Levin, US Tax Accounting Market Leader, PwC USDamien Boudreau, Partner, Tax Accounting, PwC USJennifer Spang, Partner, National Tax Accounting Leader, PwC USJennifer Schiellack, Director, Tax Accounting, PwC US
22 minutes | 4 months ago
Power & Utilities Surge - Election results and what it means for the industry
In this podcast, Sal Montalbano, PwC US Power & Utilities Tax Leader, and Scott McCandless (PwC Principal, Washington National Tax Services) have a debrief on the election, and discuss prospects with a new administration. Outlined below are different topics covered to discuss what this means for the Power & Utilities industry.
55 minutes | 5 months ago
Election 2020: How tax leaders are navigating uncertainty
In this episode, PwC professionals discuss why the uncertain tax landscape is top-of-mind for C-suite and Tax executives. Topics covered include the potential implications of the 2020 elections, global initiatives such as BEPS 2.0, pandemic-related business disruption, and other changes on the horizon. Our panelists explore the current environment and provide insights on how Tax can bolster its ability to respond to continued disruption.Speakers:Pat Brown, Washington National Tax Services Co-Leader Marjorie Dhunjishah, Tax Reporting & Strategy and East Region Tax Leader, PwC USJanice Mays, Managing Director, Tax Policy Services, PwC USPam Olson, Consultant, Tax Policy Services, PwC US
19 minutes | 5 months ago
Talking tax with Industrial Products: OECD’s project on tax and the digitalizing economy
The OECD's ongoing work on taxation and the digitalizing economy is an important issue for industrial manufacturers. Here's the latest from John Livingstone, PwC's Industrial Products Tax Leader and Will Morris, PwC's Deputy Global Tax Policy Leader on what companies in the sector are focusing on.
21 minutes | 5 months ago
Power & Utilities Surge - Final Bonus Depreciation Regs
In this podcast, Sal Montalbano, PwC US Power & Utilities Tax Leader, covers the final bonus depreciation regulations and issues that are specifically impacting the industry.
45 minutes | 5 months ago
Key highlights of the 2020 final and proposed foreign tax credit regulations
In this podcast, PwC professionals hold a detailed discussion on the Foreign Tax Credit (FTC) regulations. The Final Regulations finalize, among other provisions, the previously proposed FTC regulations and clarify several aspects of the new FTC regime, including the allocation and apportionment of certain deductions and creditable foreign taxes. Additionally, the Proposed Regulations modify and re-propose provisions of the 2019 Proposed Regulations regarding the allocation of foreign income taxes related to disregarded payments and propose new rules the allocation and apportionment of certain deductions, among others. Featuring:Pat Brown, Washington National Tax Services Co-LeaderNinee Dewar, Principal, International Tax ServicesElizabeth Nelson, Partner, International Tax ServicesMike Urse, Partner, International Tax ServicesThe replay of the Tax Readiness: Key highlights of the 2020 final and proposed foreign tax credit regulations webcast is available here.
24 minutes | 6 months ago
Talking tax with Industrial Products: Impact of 2020 Election on Manufacturers
In this episode, John Livingstone, PwC's Industrial Products Tax Leader, discusses with Scott McCandless and Janice Mays, senior members of PwC’s Tax Policy Services Practice, the potential business implications of the 2020 election on industrial products companies.
57 minutes | 6 months ago
Q3 financial reporting considerations
In this podcast, PwC Tax Accounting Services (TAS) specialists will take a deep dive into relevant tax accounting matters and recent tax developments. Featuring:Damien Boudreau, Partner, Tax Accounting ServicesRick Levin, Partner, Tax Accounting Services LeaderDemetrios Psarofagis, Director, Tax Accounting ServicesJennifer Spang, Partner, National Tax Accounting LeaderTo follow along with the examples mentioned during the podcast, download the webcast slides here. The replay of the Tax Readiness: Q3 financial reporting considerations webcast is available here.
14 minutes | 6 months ago
San Francisco Tax Basics for the SALT Asset and Wealth Management Industry
In this episode, we provide a background on San Francisco Annual Business taxes and discuss the Payroll Expense, Gross Receipts and Commercial Rents taxes in addition to the Homelessness Gross Receipts surcharge. Speakers include:Theresa Thompson, PartnerEran Liron, Partner
58 minutes | 6 months ago
Are you subject to EU mandatory reporting (DAC6)?
In this podcast, PwC professionals hold a detailed discussion on the EU Mandatory Disclosure Requirements (DAC6). Our team will cover an overview of DAC6, timing and the impact of COVID-19, reporting requirements, and more.Featuring: Astrid Bauer, EMEA and Global Tax & Legal Regulatory Leader Christopher Kong, Asia Pacific Americas Tax & Global Tax Reporting and Strategy LeaderJustin Femmer, Tax Reporting & Strategy - Data Automation Co-LeaderMaarten Maaskant, International Tax Desk LeaderAdriana Rodriguez, Mexico Tax Reporting and Strategy LeaderThe replay of the Tax Readiness: Are you subject to EU mandatory reporting (DAC6)? webcast is available here.
23 minutes | 7 months ago
Power & Utilities Surge - Excess deferred taxes
In this podcast, Sal Montalbano, PwC US Power & Utilities Tax Leader, covers excess deferred taxes and some of the new guidance that has been issued. He specifically covers revenue procedure 2020-39 that was recently released and touches on private letter ruling 202033002 which deals with cost of removal and how that works its way in excess deferred taxes.
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