Corporate Tax Outlook for 2021 and Beyond

Sponsored by: GTM

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

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12:00 PM ET

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1:00 PM ET

Program Description

Between the Coronavirus pandemic, the ensuing economic downturn, and a tumultuous election year it would be an understatement to say that 2020 has been a year full of challenges. All of these challenges had one thing in common as they resulted in a tremendous influx of new tax legislation and stimulus packages. Join us on February 10, 2021 as we will highlight some of the key corporate tax updates enacted during the past year and provide insight into what it means for Corporate America. In addition, we will provide an outlook of what the future may hold with new leadership in Washington and discuss how businesses could be impacted under the Biden Tax Plan.

Agenda

    - Introduction- Shannon Croll, FMS President
    - Presentation-Corporate Tax Outlook for 2021 and Beyond, Jim Swanick & Michael Tighe, GTM Managing Directors
    - Conclusion- Shannon Croll, FMS President

Presenter(s)

Jim Swanick

Managing Director, GTM

Jim is a Managing Director in Global Tax Management’s lead tax practice based in Wayne, PA. Jim’s broad range of experience working with both publicly traded and privately held companies empowers him to provide tax-related services to a diverse group of industries including distribution, manufacturing, life sciences, telecommunication, retail, and professional services.

Jim’s areas of focus include managing the tax provision process under the application of ASC 740 and IAS 12, corporate tax return compliance, and providing tax consulting advice on a variety of issues including accounting methods and corporate transactions.

Prior to joining GTM, Jim spent ten years at Deloitte’s Philadelphia office as a Managing Director in its Business Tax Services group, managing the delivery of tax services to a mix of publicly traded and privately held corporations. While at Deloitte, Jim’s work included auditing and managing corporate tax provisions for large multinational corporations, corporate tax return compliance, and various tax consulting engagements. Prior to Deloitte, he was a Senior Tax Manager at PwC Philadelphia, serving in both its Private Company Services (PCS) and Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) groups.

Jim resides in Springfield, PA with his wife and has five children. In his free time, he enjoys biking, reading, and following the local professional sports teams.


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Michael Tighe

Managing Director, GTM

Mike is a Managing Director within GTM’s lead tax practice based out of the firm’s corporate headquarters in in the Philadelphia Metro region. His broad range of experience providing federal, state, and international tax services to large multinational corporations enables him to deliver improved efficiencies and reduced costs to clients across a variety of industries.

Mike’s personal attention to clients and his technical acumen have given him industry recognition as a trusted tax advisor. Since joining GTM in 2005, he has assisted clients with all types of corporate tax services including income tax compliance, ASC 740 provision calculations, due diligence, and tax planning.

Mike leads GTM’s Tax Technical Committee, a group dedicated to researching, training and assisting both internal personnel and clients with complex tax issues. He also sits the editorial board for the PICPA’s CPA Journal and is the column coordinator for the Business Transformations (M&A) segment, to which he is a frequent contributor.

Prior to joining GTM, Mike was a senior tax accountant at a regional accounting firm responsible for performing compilations, reviews, and audits of all types of business entities as well as preparing their respective business and individual tax returns.

Mike currently resides in North Wales, PA with his wife, son, and daughter. His hobbies include spending time with friends and family, watching any type of sporting event, and actively playing basketball and golf.

 

Registration to the live session includes:

  • One online connection

  • CPE credit for registrant

  • Permission to reproduce the handouts and other written material for additional attendees at your location

Only registered attendees of the live session can obtain CPE credit

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Earn up to 1 hour of CPE credit.

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60 Minutes

Taxes - Technical

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Cost

Members: $Free
Non-Members/Guest: $25