Can Digital Analytics Tools help detect U.S. and foreign taxpayers who attempt to travel under the radar-screen of tax administrations?
You and your guests are cordially invited to join the D.C. Chapter of ACFCS and SAS for a COMPLIMENTARY training and networking event on Friday June 28, 2019, 2.00 p.m.-4.30 p.m.
Rosy Lor, Ernst & Young, Senior Manager,
Private Client Services, National Tax Department, Washington D.C.
Deborah Pianko, SAS, Principal, Government Fraud and Security Intelligence Solutions
Jeffrey I. Cooper, SAS, Executive Industry Consultant – FinTech
(Former Director, IRS Criminal Investigation Division, International, Washington D.C.)
Agenda: 2.00 p.m.-2.30 p.m.- REGISTRATION-Meet & Greet ACFCS DC area members and guests
PROGRAM: 2.30p.m.-4.00 pm:
International tax collection - Legal issues -Tax treaties, judicial tools and administrative tax compliance programs, e.g,, the IRS Central withholding program CWA available to certain foreign individuals, including athletes, musicians and other persons who earn income on tour within the US.
Data analytics tools and strategies -internal and external data sources and analytical techniques available to US and foreign tax administrators to detect illicit financial transactions and promote taxpayer compliance.