International Tax Update for 2018 Webcast | 4183336A

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December 6, 2018 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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CPE 2.00, MCLE 2.00, IRS-TX 2.00, MCLE LS-TX 2.00, CTEC-TX 2.00
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The last significant change to the Internal Revenue Code happened in 2004; the last comprehensive tax reform occurred in 1986. These are groundbreaking times concerning the international tax provisions of the Internal Revenue Code.

Washington expects to decrease tax rates, encourage repatriation of foreign earnings, impose a territorial regime and make many other revisions. These changes will turn international planning on its head. CPAs need to know these rules to properly advise their clients in the structuring of international operations and transactions.

Materials are provided as an ebook for this course.


  • Demonstrate an overall understanding of the changes that have occurred in 2017.
  • Provide a framework of analysis to advise clients with respect to international operations.
  • Recognize tools to assist clients regarding the international tax planning.

Major Subjects:

  • The change in tax rates
  • Provisions encouraging repatriation
  • The territorial aspects of the U.S. income tax
  • Other international tax revisions

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CPA, financial professionals and tax practitioners.


Robert J. Misey, Jr, Esq.
Robert Misey is a shareholder with Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. He practices in the areas of international taxation and tax controversies. His previous experience includes nine years as an international trial attorney for the IRS in San Jose and in Washington, DC where he tried 21 Tax Court cases and served on the industry programs for both the athletics and entertainment industries and the manufacturing industries. He also led the international tax group for a region of a Big Four accounting firm. Misey received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky, his juris doctor and master of business degrees from Vanderbilt University, and his master of laws in taxation from Georgetown University. He is a co-author to the treatises U.S. Taxation of International Transactions and Federal Taxation: Practice and Procedure, and a member of the bar in California, Kentucky and the District of Columbia.
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