On Demand Webinars
Listen to our free on demand webinars* that focus on tax and accounting issues and challenges in the areas of fixed asset and depreciation management, financial planning and wealth management, corporate tax audit and analysis, and income tax planning. The on demand webinars are recordings of live sessions that feature speakers from leading companies as well as our tax and domain professionals.
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Featured On Demand Webinar
A Technology Revolution – In the Cloud
Cloud computing is one of the most discussed topics in the tax and accounting world. Is this just a fad or is this a revolutionary time similar to the introduction of the PC and the Internet? Bloomberg BNA has made the most trusted solution in tax planning available via the cloud. Learn how you can save time, ensure accuracy, and streamline the tax planning process anytime, from virtually any location.
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Complying with the New Tangible Property Regulations: Are You Ready?
The majority of corporate taxpayers will be impacted by the final tangible property regulations. These new rules change the way businesses characterize capitalized assets and repairs versus improvements to those assets. Are you ready?
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Income Tax Planning for Compliance with ATRA
Listen to this on demand webinar during which Bloomberg BNA demonstrated how BNA Income Tax™ Planner can help you confidently present multiple scenarios to your clients. The scenarios presented include how to immediately show the impact of cash donations from the sale of a security, or the conversion from an IRA to a Roth IRA. All while ensuring full compliance with the American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA).
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Fixed Assets Tax Savings Tips You Can’t Afford to Miss
Get tips, techniques and approaches to reduce your current taxes and enhance cash flow from Bloomberg BNA and McGladrey. Topics covered include the beneficial timing of deductions through depreciation alternatives and enhanced cost segregation techniques; reducing asset-based taxes needlessly paid on personal and real property; and the option of electing to early-adopt the temporary Tangible Property Regulations which can create permanent savings in changing tax rate environments.
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Alternative Minimum Tax
The Undeniable Fact … AMT Matters and Why
Learn how you can minimize the complexity of tracking AMT, maximize the use of every tax credit, and avoid an unwanted, expensive surprise.
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Asset Inventory Audits
We talk with industry expert Alden Snyder, President of Asset Systems, about proven strategies your organization can use to perform a successful fixed assets inventory. Also included in the discussion are ways to reduce your audit risk and minimize expenses associated with your fixed asset records.
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Optimizing Federal Audits and Corporate Tax Management
Bill Rowe from FirstEnergy tells how FirstEnergy's tax department gained better visibility and control of IRS audits and corporate income taxes. You'll learn how FirstEnergy uses best practices and the same software as the IRS.
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Preparing for Fixed Assets Management in a Global Economy - IFRS versus GAAP
Listen to this on demand webinar to learn how moving toward IFRS and the initial convergence of GAAP and IFRS may impact the way you manage your fixed assets.
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Under Pressure: Finance and Tax Executives on Tax Management in a Challenging Recovery
During this Webcast, CFO Research Services, in collaboration with Bloomberg BNA (formerly BNA Software), share research findings that reveal five pressure points that tax and finance teams are facing together: growing regulatory scrutiny and aggressive tax enforcement, an expanding tax-function mandate, continued resource scarcity, an influence deficit for the tax function, and persistent challenges in building an effective business case for tax automation.
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