Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy David Kautter to Speak at TCPI's Annual Symposium
Tax professionals and policymakers come together at this next week's tax policy conference in Washington, D.C.
"We are thrilled to have Secretary Kautter join PwC's Pam Olson, a former Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy, for what will certainly be an interesting and timely conversation. His knowledge, expertise and role in the field of tax policy will bring a new level of excitement and substance to an already high-caliber program." said Lynda K. Walker, Esq., executive director and general counsel of TCPI.
In his role as Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy, Mr. Kautter directs the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Tax Policy in developing, recommending, and implementing Federal tax policy on behalf of the Department. Previously, Mr. Kautter served as Partner-in-Charge of the Washington National Tax practice for RSM, an audit, tax, and consulting services firm. He was also previously the Managing Director of the Kogod Tax Center and Executive-in-
The two-day TCPI symposium, "The evolving boundaries of tax," will bring together leading tax professionals and policymakers from government, academia and the private sector to explore emerging policy considerations, share insights and discuss the direction and impact of governments' assertions of taxing jurisdiction over businesses and activities crossing their borders.
Topics to be addressed at the TCPI symposium will include: the impact of new ideas (BEAT, Digital Services Tax, etc.) on the current state of affairs and future direction of the international tax regime); the current status of implementation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act; reactions to U.S. tax reform from our trading partners; and how governments are reconsidering their right to tax in the face of significant business and economic changes. For more details, including the agenda and confirmed, please visit TCPI's website at www.tcpi.org.
About The Tax Council Policy Institute (TCPI)
TCPI is a non-profit, non-partisan, 501(c)(3) public policy research and educational organization. It was created to help bring about a better understanding of significant tax policies that impact businesses and the economy through careful study, thoughtful evaluation and open discussion. The annual Tax Policy & Practice Symposium is one of the programs utilized by TCPI to accomplish its mission.