NACUBO

My NacuboWhy Join: Benefits of Membership

E-mail:   Password:   

 Remember Me? | Forgot password? | Need an online account?

Distance Learning
Distance Learning
Loading

OD: Regulatory and Reporting Requirements Triggered by International Activities

Recorded on: Tuesday, November 8, 2011, 1:30 PM ET

Overview

For many of us, worrying about regulatory and reporting requirements for international activities can mean sleepless nights, but actually trying to read and understand the rules puts us quickly to sleep.  The sobering reality is that regulations and reporting requirements are on the rise, and have been consistently for the past ten years.  From simply sending cash abroad to interactions with foreign governments, institutions with activities outside the U.S. have seen significant changes in filing and regulatory requirements both at home and abroad, taxing already-thin internal resources and forcing institutions to think about increased levels of administrative support for activities in foreign countries.
 
The events of September 11 touched off a worldwide trend of governments wanting to know where funds are being sent when crossing borders, how much, and what they’re being used for.  And the IRS is looking for foreign income sources by strictly enforcing its ability to tax “worldwide income”.  Foreign tax authorities want their cut too, and thus, reporting has increased on that end as well.  Overall, these efforts are not likely aimed at institutions of higher education, but universities are certainly feeling the painful administrative effects.
 

What You Will Learn

  • Gain a stronger understanding of which types of international activities trigger regulatory requirements and additional reporting.
  • Learn the most commonly triggered U.S. reporting and regulatory requirements and when they apply.
  • Understand how host countries' labor and tax laws and regulations apply to U.S. institutions.
 

Meet the Presenters

  • Sunanda Holmes, Director for International Business Operations Compliance, Johns Hopkins University
  • MaryAnn Piccolo, Associate Comptroller - Tax & Payroll, University of Pennsylvania
  • Moderator: Bob Lammey, Higher Education Leader, High Street Partners
 

Who Should Participate?

  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Associate Vice Presidents of Finance
  • Controllers
  • Tax Managers
  • General Counsel

Course Information

  • Course Level: Intermediate
  • Length: 120 minutes

Fees

Member Site Fee: $189.00
Nonmember Site Fee: $219.00

Sponsor


Viewing a Program

If you have registered for a NACUBO webcast:

  • Log in to MY NACUBO
  • Click My Distance Learning Programs under the My Professional Development Section
  • Click the name of the webcast you wish to view
  • The webcast will open in a new window

Payment Options

For online purchases NACUBO only accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Diners Club

To pay by check or purchase order
please use our
mail-in registration forms

For further assistance contact
Customer Support:

1.800.462.4916


Customer Support

For technical support visit our online:

Webcast Help Guide


Technical Requirements

Software/Browser Requirements

  • Windows XP/Vista/7
  • Windows Media Player 10,11 or 12
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later
  • Flash Player 10.x

Get Flash

Get WMP


CPE Information

NACUBO is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.