Recent activity in both the executive and legislative branches of government has brought change to the financial products area. The proposed Section 385 regulations threaten traditional practices and transactions, while mark-to-market is once again on the horizon for a wide array of derivatives. Even where U.S. tax rules have not changed, the actions of foreign governments may make tax planning more difficult and many common financial transactions will raise puzzling issues. This year’s program has been designed to help you understand the latest changes to the landscape of the taxation of financial products and transactions, and provide new insight into familiar planning strategies.
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