Tax Implications of Revenue Recognition

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Event Overview

Join DHG's Tax team for a webinar on Tax Implications of Revenue Recognition.

While the new revenue recognition accounting standard is specifically applicable to GAAP, any change to the book accounting for an item will require thoughtful consideration for tax purposes.

Therefore, it is imperative that companies determine the impact of the new revenue recognition accounting standard on their current federal, state and local, and international tax positions and take action accordingly.

Through proactively addressing the tax impact of the new standard, companies will place themselves in the best possible position to manage their tax footprint while maximizing tax efficiency and minimizing practical disruptions from the GAAP implementation.

Note: This webinar coincides with the Rosh Hashanah holiday. If you are observing the holiday and unable to attend, we encourage you to register so that you will receive a copy of the recorded webinar and materials to review post-event.

Presenters:

Nathan Clark, Partner | Tax
704.367.5930 | nathan.clark@dhg.com

Eric Hessler, Senior Manager | Tax
703.226.0105 | eric.hessler@dhg.com


CPE Information

CPE Credit: 1 hour, pending approval

Delivery Format: Group Internet Based

Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None

Course Level: Beginner

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course you will be able to: Understand the potential tax implications of the new GAAP revenue recognition standard, Identify required actions to facilitate a successful transition for tax purposes

Policies

There will be no refunds issued as this is event is complimentary. If you have any questions regarding administrative policies such as registration or cancellation, please contact Kristin Kitchens at kristin.kitchens@dhg.com or 704.367.7091.

Questions: Please direct any CPE related questions to DHGU@dhg.com.

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