Overview

Join your colleagues for SIFMA’s two-part webinar, August 5th from 1:00-2:40 PM EDT, on the future of tax policy.  Panelists will first examine how COVID-19 has impacted tax policy in 2020; what can be expected from both Congress and the Administration on further, economic relief; and the impacts the impending election will have on tax policy.

They will then discuss what’s to come for digital service taxes (DSTs) and other similar taxes; the role of the OECD in this; and what a change in U.S. administration would mean for international tax engagement and policy. Register today!

SIFMA Webinar Series

Tax Policy in 2020 and Beyond

Overview

Join your colleagues for SIFMA’s two-part webinar, August 5th from 1:00-2:40 PM EDT, on the future of tax policy.  Panelists will first examine how COVID-19 has impacted tax policy in 2020; what can be expected from both Congress and the Administration on further, economic relief; and the impacts the impending election will have on tax policy.

They will then discuss what’s to come for digital service taxes (DSTs) and other similar taxes; the role of the OECD in this; and what a change in U.S. administration would mean for international tax engagement and policy. Register today!

Program

1:00pm – 1:45pm

What has happened in tax policy in 2020 related to COVID-19, what can be expected from Congress and Administration on further economic relief related to COVID-19, and then projecting out…

What has happened in tax policy in 2020 related to COVID-19, what can be expected from Congress and Administration on further economic relief related to COVID-19, and then projecting out to what impacts the election are likely to have on tax policy whether Biden administration or a second Trump administration.

Participants

Justin Sok, Jonathan Traub

Speakers

Justin Sok

Managing Director, Tax

SIFMA

Justin Sok’s Biography

Jonathan Traub

Managing Principal

Deloitte Tax LLP

Jonathan Traub’s Biography

1:45pm – 1:55pm

Break

1:55pm – 2:40pm

International tax policy has been consumed with digitalization and the growth of digital service taxes (DSTs). What is the future of DSTs and other similar taxes? What is going on…

International tax policy has been consumed with digitalization and the growth of digital service taxes (DSTs). What is the future of DSTs and other similar taxes? What is going on with the OECD around this issue? What can we expect from a change in US administration on international tax engagement and policy?

Participants

Justin Sok, Saul Rosen, Bob Stack

Speakers

Justin Sok

Managing Director, Tax

SIFMA

Justin Sok’s Biography

Saul Rosen

Senior Tax Counsel and Managing Director

Citigroup

Saul Rosen’s Biography

Bob Stack

Managing Director

Deloitte Tax LLP

Bob Stack’s Biography

Venue

Virtual Gathering


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