Tax Lunch Forum – Speaker: Steve Musher, Associate Chief Counsel, International IRS – Washington, DC

Date: 11/9/11


Tax Lunch Forum
November 9, 2011
12:00 noon
Steve Musher
Associate Chief Counsel, (International)
Internal Revenue Service (confirmed)

To: NFTC Members
Re: Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Tax Lunch Forum
The next NFTC Tax Luncheon Forum to discuss current international tax issues will be held on Wednesday, November 9th, at 12:00 p.m. ET, at the NFTC offices, 1625 K Street, NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC.   We are very pleased to announce that Steve Musher, Associate Chief Counsel, International, Internal Revenue Service has agreed to speak to us about pending regulatory issues and the IRS business plan.  Please join us for this informative discussion and come prepared for a lively dialogue.
For those attending the meeting, lunch will be provided for $40, payable by check or credit card. Please register in advance (by Friday, November 4th) so that we can make the necessary lunch arrangements or provide the conference call-in number to you. For those who are outside the Washington Metropolitan area who cannot attend in person, a call-in number will be provided to you, however, you must return the attached response form to before the call-in information will be sent to you. Please complete the attached response form to attend or participate in the conference call and return it by Friday, November 4th (note that no refunds will be made after Friday).
Note to conference call participants: To give our speaker time to eat lunch, the discussion will start at approximately 12:15 p.m.; (i.e., the call in number will activate at 12:15 p.m.). Also, please put your phones on mute unless you are speaking and DO NOT PUT YOUR PHONE ON HOLD AT ANY TIME during the call.
I look forward to your participation in the next Tax Lunch Forum.

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Catherine Schultz
Vice President for Tax Policy
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