Quick links: TRP Role and Objectives | Task Forces | 2013-2014 TRP Roster | Topical Resources
The International Taxation technical resource panel (TRP) identifies issues and develops policy by:
- Monitoring legislative and regulatory activity in international taxation, including cross-border tax issues and planning, multinational mergers and joint ventures.
- Monitoring developments in U.S. tax treaty negotiations.
- Suggesting legislative and regulatory modifications to simplify and clarify the international taxation provisions.
- Meeting and collaborating with the international tax technical staffs at IRS, the Department of the Treasury and Congress, our counterparts at the American Bar Association and others groups where necessary, and with other committees and groups within the AICPA.
- Developing products and services to assist members in tax practice and communicating with them, including through periodic articles in The Tax Adviser.
- AICPA/CPA Canada Cross Border Tax Committee Task Force
- Check-the-Box Task Force
- Dual Consolidated Loss Task Force
- Foreign Asset and Account Disclosure Task Force
- Foreign Currency Task Force
- Foreign Nationals Task Force
- Foreign Tax Credit Task Force
- Foreign Withholding Task Force
- Inbound Issues Task Force
- International Mergers & Acquisitions Task Force
- PFIC Task Force
- Section 956 / 960(c) Task Force
- Subpart F Task Force
- Tax Treaties Task Force
- Transfer Pricing Task Force
| 2013- 2014 TRP Roster:
| G. Christine Ballard, Chair
|| Moss Adams
| N. Blake Vickers
|| KBR, Inc.
| J. Michael Cornett
|| KPMG LLP
| Edward R. Jenkins
|| CBIZ MHM, LLC
| Jose Murrillo
|| Ernst & Young LLP
| Sean W. Mullaney
|| PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
| Phil Pasmanik
|| Crowe Horwath LLP
| Bradley A. Rode
|| BDO USA, LLP
| John Seibert
|| Grant Thornton LLP
| Mark Wanek
|| Deloitte Tax LLP
| Kristin Esposito, Staff Liaison to the TRP
The TRP's work includes: