Every October, America’s leading tax professionals gather at the Tax Executives Institute’s Annual Conference. Over three days they attend seminars and panels, network during lunches and cocktail hours, and discuss the most pressing issues facing tax leaders in organizations today.
This year the conference focuses on examining tax transparency. Technology has played a crucial role in enabling new levels of transparency, as data becomes increasingly digital and accessible. Countries, states, and regulatory agencies are all sharing data at unprecedented levels.
At the same time, tax practitioners are requesting more transparency from regulators about increasingly complex, and at times contradictory, guidelines. As organizations increasingly have a mobile workforce traveling across jurisdictions, tax functions also need visibility into their own company’s data to do their job effectively.
On Wednesday October 19, the conference will culminate with a panel discussion between Monaeo Co-Founder and CEO Anupam Singhal and Richard Tonge, Managing Director at Grant Thornton.
“A Global Workforce: Cases and Controversies” will discuss the tax issues involved in managing a global workforce and how technology can help organizations navigate the new push towards transparency. Drawing upon case studies and client examples, attendees will leave with not only an overview of the most urgent tax challenges created by employee mobility, but also pragmatic tips for identifying and addressing exposures at their own organizations.
Domestic business travel is on the rise. Every time your employees travel across state borders, they may be creating tax exposures. As withholding audit rates increase, this has become a pressing issue for payroll departments across the country.
On September 23, 2016, Nishant Mittal will address New York’s largest payroll conference on how companies can use data to manage multistate exposures. The American Payroll Association’s New York State Payroll Conference features two full days of educational content on the most pressing issues facing payroll departments. Mr. Mittal’s session will focus on regulation affecting multistate withholding and how payroll professionals can use technology to identify and manage tax risks.
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Nishant Mittal, Monaeo co-founder, has been invited to address the Tax Executives Institute Southeast Chapter on how technology can help companies manage tax issues created by employee travel.
A recent BloombergBNA survey of 500 major companies headquartered in the U.S. found that 85% of the companies had employees working outside of their resident jurisdiction. As businesses grow, employee mobility tends to increase. However, many companies do not have adequate processes in place to handle multi-jurisdiction tax compliance. With non-resident audit rates on the rise, employees traveling to other states, countries, or even cities, can create costly tax exposures.
Nishant Mittal will explain how technology can help address these issues to the more than 400 tax executives who gather at TEI Southeast’s annual conference. Data analytics can provide tax executives with the necessary tools to address risks related to permanent establishment, payroll withholding, nexus, fringe benefits, and corporate income allocation.
The talk, “Technology, Travel, and the Tax Department,” will take place at The Westin Resort in Hilton Head Island, SC on June 23 at 5:10 p.m.
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Every fall, the Tax Executives Institute annual conference draws hundreds of tax leaders to learn about the most pressing issues facing today’s enterprise.
Monaeo is proud to once again be a Gold Sponsor of TEI. If you’re around, drop by Booth #6 to say hi and learn about our new Risk Analyzer service.