The IRS has increased monitoring and auditing of US business’ accounts payable tax compliance to ensure they’re meeting IRS regulations. Laurie Hatten-Boyd, Principal at KPMG LLP, will provide an overview of US tax compliance rules related to companies paying their global suppliers. Learn how new IRS requirements impact organizations with global supplier bases and the legal and financial penalties for non-compliance.
Laurie Hatten-Boyd is a principal in KPMG’s Information Reporting & Withholding Tax (IRW) Services practice. In this role, she advises financial institutions and other withholding agents on their tax withholding and information reporting requirements for payments made to U.S. and non-U.S. account holders and counterparties.
Before joining KPMG, Laurie was an Attorney-Advisor with the IRS Office of Associate Chief Counsel (International), where she worked exclusively with the section 1441 withholding regime, including co-drafting the amendments to the 1441 regulations, the qualified intermediary agreement, the qualified intermediary audit guidelines, and the proposed agreements for withholding foreign partnerships and trusts.
As a partner in KPMG’s IRW practice, Laurie routinely engages in a wide range of withholding tax advisory services to assist both financial and non-financial institutions in complying with their U.S. tax information reporting and withholding requirements. For example, Diagnostic Reviews, QI External Audits, U.S. Withholding Tax Advisory Services, Tax Information Reporting Assistance, Tax Training, Global Withholding Tax Guidance, Merger & Acquisition Assistance, and Voluntary Disclosures Assistance.
Laurie is a frequent speaker on foreign withholding issues and has authored articles in The Tax Lawyer and The International Tax Review.
Laurie holds a JD degree from Gonzaga University and LLM from Georgetown University Law Center.
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