AP Compliance Reporting: Foreign Vendor Reporting
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Are you making or planning to make payments to foreign vendors? The IRS still considers compliance with foreign vendor reporting (Section 1441) a Tier 1 issue, and closely monitors this classification of taxpayers. Knowing that the IRS is keeping close tabs on this issue, are you comfortable providing your Form 1042 to an IRS auditor upon request?
Reduce the risks associated with IRS tax documentation and reporting by participating in this Webcast, which will show you and your staff how to tackle thorny tax compliance issues.
From this Webcast, you will learn how to "on-board" a new foreign vendor, how to document vendors properly, how to withhold correct amounts and how to report accurately using the IRS Form 1042-S.
This Webcast no longer offers the opportunity to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credit. We invite you to stay tuned to CFO.com for future Webcasts that will offer attendees opportunities to earn CPE credit.
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About the Presenters
Jill Dymtrow is a Leader in the Legal Support Group of Burt, Staples & Maner, LLP. Her expertise includes working with U.S. withholding agents and Qualified Intermediaries (QI) on compliance with Section 1441 rules. Prior to joining the law firm, Jill specialized in information reporting and withholding as a manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), where she worked with foreign PwC offices and their clients to train them in QI compliance; withholding and reporting requirements; handling technical issues; and working on QI audits. She has also worked with U.S. withholding agents on Section 1441 compliance matters, including taking several agents through the Voluntary Compliance Program.
Kelli Wooten is Of Counsel to Burt, Staples & Maner, LLP, and Vice President - Consulting for Compliance Technologies International, LLP. Prior to taking on her current roles, Ms. Wooten had an extensive career with Procter & Gamble, where she served in many capacities, including those concerning domestic and international tax compliance; audit and litigation; and indirect tax. Kelli also spent three years in San Jose, Costa Rica, leading the development of a North American tax compliance operation in a shared services environment. She also designed strategies for compliance with U.S. withholding and reporting requirements across both the financial services sectors and vendor payments. In addition, she was a Group Manager in Procter and Gamble's tax audit and litigation practice and was a key contributor on the Procter & Gamble-Gillette integration team, providing U.S. tax and accounting advice on numerous complex restructuring transactions.