On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" into law, marking the most consequential tax reform legislation in the U.S. in three decades.
While highly discussed, only few know specifically what this tax reform means for international businesses and individuals. Join us for a seminar with a following Q&A, presented by Rödl & Partner.
About the speakers:
Elisa Fay, Partner-In-Charge Rödl National Tax, Rödl & Partner USA and
Rick Kasnick, Managing Partner, Rödl & Partner Manhattan, New York City office
Having more than 23 years of public accounting experience,
Elisa Fay is the National Partner-in-Charge of the U.S. tax practice in the Atlanta, GA office of Rödl & Partner. German-based mid-size companies are primarily counted among her clients, whom she assists in all matters in relation to the U.S. tax system. Her range of services include international tax planning and structuring as well as analyzing the U.S. and state and local tax impacts of inbound and outbound businesses. In addition, she assists clients in compliance matters with regards to U.S. tax filing requirements and in resolving disputes with various taxing authorities.
Rick Kasnick has over 20 years of public accounting experience and is the Managing Partner of the Mid-town Manhattan based office of Rödl & Partner. Rick serves primarily German-based mid-size companies in numerous industries, with emphasis on manufacturing, retail and fashion, medical devices, media, service and IT provider and consulting. His range of services includes audit and attestation services, accounting outsourcing and tax compliance matters with regards to U.S. tax filing requirements, cross border international tax planning and structuring as well as analyzing the U.S. and state and local tax impacts of inbound and outbound businesses, income and sales tax Nexus analysis and resolving disputes with various taxing authorities.
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