ARLINGTON, VA (February 16, 2018) — Bloomberg Tax today announced that it would be hosting its annual Outlook on Tax event where tax policy experts will discuss the Tax Act of 2017’s impact on corporations and tax practitioners and what to expect in the year ahead. The event will be held at the Washington, D.C. offices of Bloomberg Government from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, February 21.
The live event will provide insights on the impacts on the IRS and Treasury as well as how practitioners can prepare for the new law’s implementation phase. Panelists include:
- Barbara Angus, Chief Tax Counsel and Majority Staff, House Ways and Means Committee
- Tiffany Smith, Chief Tax Counsel and Minority Staff, Senate Finance Committee
- Pam Olson, US Deputy Tax Leader and Washington National Tax Services Leader, PwC
- Jorge Castro, Founder and Principal, Castro Strategies, LLC
- Greg Jenner, Partner, Stoel Rives LLP
- Meg Shreve, Deputy News Director, Bloomberg Tax (Moderator)
“The panelists at this year’s Outlook on Tax are ideally positioned to help tax professionals prepare for the implementation of the administration’s recently enacted tax overhaul,” said Cheryl Saenz, News Director, Bloomberg Tax. “Our subscribers can rely on Bloomberg Tax to help them make sense of the many ways this sweeping legislation will affect how they do business this year and beyond.”
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