U.S. Tax Reform
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U.S. Tax Reform
What’s Next? New Business Considerations of Tax Reform
In this session, we’ll focus on what issues are arising as the new tax law is analyzed, and considerations that business owners may consider at they move forward in a post-tax reform world.
- Big Picture – recap on changes in tax reform
- What are companies doing around international considerations and structuring?
- Considerations for a Company’s Treasury Function
- Overall business impacts, including compensation and benefits, valuation and state taxes
- M&A implications including impacts on diligence and pricing, site selection and structuring
- Passthrough considerations–considerations for C corp vs. passthrough under new tax law
Erika D. Bonner
Partner, Business Tax Services
Erika is a partner in KPMG’s Business Tax Services practice with more than 17 years of experience in providing multinational corporate taxation and ASC 740 services to both public and private companies. Her current and past clients operate in many industries, including pharmaceutical, biotech, emerging technology, financial services, retail, and consumer markets.
Erika specializes in ASC 740 and corporate tax.
Education, licenses & certifications:
- MS Taxation, University of Notre Dame
- BA Accounting, Utah State University
- CPA, licensed in California, Hawaii and Utah
Yaron Katz is tax partner with KPMG’s Washington National Tax International Mergers and Acquisitions group. He is based in the Silicon Valley office and primarily serves technology clients on the West Coast. Yaron has over 20 years of international tax experience, including M&A, cross-border transactions, and financial transactions. Prior to joining KPMG, Yaron served 10 years as a tax senior director for Planning, International and M&A at Intel Corporation. Prior to that, he was with two other Big Four firms.
Education, licenses & certifications
- MS in Taxation, San Jose State University
- BA in Law and Business, College of Management Academic Studies (Israel)
- CPA (California)
- CPA (Israel – Inactive)
- Attorney (Israel Bar – Inactive)
One and a half (1.5) CPE credits available. Field of Study: Taxation
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