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Assets such as brands, intellectual property and business processes are a growing share of the global economy and a key to future U.S. job growth and competitiveness. As U.S. tax reform discussions advance, policymakers and stakeholders will need to factor in how intangibles come into play and how to compete with other countries that encourage investment in this critical area while protecting their tax bases.
Businesses that must keep up with state, federal and global tax developments are also seeking greater tax certainty to address related tax enforcement concerns. Our panel of government and company representatives will discuss how intangibles fit into the broader tax reform discussion and will highlight some of the more challenging tax controversy issues – both domestic and global – related to intangibles.
This webcast is an introduction to the 14th Annual Tax Policy and Practice Symposium, “Taxation of Intangibles: Implications for Growth, Jobs and Competitiveness,” February 13-14, 2013 – The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Washington, D.C. Visit www.tcpi.org for more information and to register.
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