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Tax in Motion—2021 tax summit week

September 14, 2021

Authored by RSM Canada LLP

Kirby W. Houle, CPA, CA shared this article


Tax is shaping businesses in ways that are only picking up speed. From tax policy developments to changing workforce dynamics to new technologies, questions and opportunities abound for companies of all sizes across all industries and locations.  All this motion brings up questions, including:

  • Have you taken advantage of economic and tax incentives available to you?
  • How might tax policy changes tilt the playing field in your industry?
  • Is now the time for you to make a strategic acquisition?
  • Do you have enough cash to operate your business for the foreseeable future?
  • How can you manage this new workforce environment?
  •  What would your business gain by reviewing your operating model costs?
  • How can digital solutions strengthen how tax considerations fit into your overall business strategy?

We are excited to welcome you to our annual tax summit in a virtual, interactive and engaging platform again this year. Join us Nov. 1–5, 2021!


Enhance your understanding of tax issues in any of our 20 plenary sessions, which will examine business responses to tax policy developments, evolving workforces, how business owners and tax professionals can leverage technology, and the changes in our world and business models as we wrap up 2021 and look forward to 2022.

Specific highlights of our weeklong agenda include:

  • Tax policy updates as the Biden administration approaches its second year
  • Potential impact of a global minimum tax
  • M&A considerations and structuring for North America
  • Defining success for your tax transformation
  • Navigating business transitions for business owners
  • How the pandemic continues to shape the workforce
  • How transfer pricing is changing domestically and globally
  • Year-end tax planning ideas for U.S. businesses and individuals

Presenters from various tax specialty areas across RSM will lead thought-provoking, informative and educational sessions focused on your tax issues. The lineup includes special guests Grace Perez-Navarro, deputy director of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and Dave Kautter, RSM federal specialty tax leader, who returned to the firm in July after serving the U.S. Department of the Treasury as assistant secretary for tax policy and acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service.

Your opportunities extend well beyond the plenary sessions. Connect with other tax professionals from across the country, try your hand at Tax Jeopardy, and ask questions directly to RSM national tax practitioners in specialty forums.


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