ARLINGTON, VA (April 6, 2020) — Bloomberg Tax & Accounting today announced a new series of webinars to help tax and accounting professionals navigate the implications of Covid-19 on an increasingly complicated tax landscape. These webinars are free and open to the public. Find more information and register at http://onb-tax.com/3leO50z4MFJ.
The first webinar, which will be held on April 7, will help tax practitioners get a more complete picture of state tax changes due to Covid-19, including extensions, apportionment, nexus issues due to a remote workforce, expensing and depreciation issues, sales tax exemptions, and business incentives and tax issues when companies engage in relief efforts or make charitable donations.
The full series of webinars will examine the latest impact of Covid-19 on:
- Payroll (April 14)
- Capital asset accounting (April 16)
- International tax (April 21)
- The state of accounting (April 28)
- Tax planning (May 5)
- State response to tax provision (May 12)
- CECL accounting (May 19)
- Business and Industry (May 28)
In addition to these webinars, Bloomberg Tax & Accounting is offering additional free resources and analysis for tax practitioners as the spread of Covid-19 upends ordinary routines and operations. Resources including downloadable reports tracking important federal, state and international tax developments, as well as financial accounting and payroll impacts, are available at https://pro.bloombergtax.com/coronavirus-resources/.
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