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2017 Tax Act – What Has Changed Two Years In?
David H. Schnabel, Karen Gilbreath Sowell
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Chapter 1. New Guidance on FTCs and Expense Allocation What You Should Know (PowerPoint slides)
Chapter 2. New York State Bar Association Tax Section Report on Previously Taxed Earnings under Section 959, Report No. 1402 (October 11, 2018)
Chapter 3. New York State Bar Association Tax Section Report on 2006 Proposed Regulations Regarding the Exclusion from Income of Previously Taxed Earnings under Section 959 and Related Basis Adjustments under Section 961, Report No. 1321 (March 30, 2015)
Chapter 4. Squaring the Circle—The New Rules Applicable When Selling CFCs (March 2019)
Chapter 5. Application of the 2017 Tax Act Provisions to Consolidated Groups
Chapter 6. A Collection of KPMG’s Analysis of Various Tax Act Regulations
Chapter 7. New York State Bar Association Tax Section Report on June 2019 GILTI and Subpart F Regulations, Report No. 1423 (September 18, 2019)
Chapter 8. New York State Bar Association Tax Section Report on Proposed Section 163(j) Regulations, Report No. 1412 (February 26, 2019)
Chapter 9. Baker & McKenzie Client Alert, REG-106282-18 and TD 9865 Temporary Section 245A Regulations (September 16, 2019)
Chapter 10. Baker & McKenzie Client Alert, Request for Comments on the Section 965 Proposed Regulations (REG-104226-18) (October 5, 2018)
Chapter 11. Challenging Treasury/IRS Regulations
Chapter 12. Challenging IRS Revenue Rulings
Chapter 13. Milestones on the Road of Administrative Law in Tax
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