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Capital Changes

Each year, more than a million corporate action events add layers of complexity to tax reporting. The slightest error or miscalculation can pose a significant threat to a financial firm's bottom line.

Thousands of tax, legal and corporate actions professionals already rely on Capital Changes for its legacy of unparalleled analysis of corporate actions to facilitate tax accurate reporting.


A new update to the Capital Changes Daily website will be released on Monday, December 16, 2019. This improvement includes the ability to search with Boolean connectors, and the addition of several new buttons including the ability to track a corporate action from within the report view while also restricting the ability to copy and paste proprietary content. In the future, we expect to release further updates as we continue to strive to enhance the user experience, increase functionality and maintain the security of our product.

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The annual Wolters Kluwer Capital Changes “Top Ten” lists walk you through the most important U.S. and international events of the previous year, the impact they had on their organizations and related enterprises, and what they mean for you and your company’s tax reporting.
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In this paper, Stevie Conlon, Vice President, Tax & Regulatory Counsel, Wolters Kluwer, and Robert Schwaba, Senior Tax and Regulatory Specialist, Wolters Kluwer, look at notice 2017-42 which delays three key aspects of Sec.871(m) regulatory compliance until January 1st, 2019.
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In this Journal of Taxation of Financial Products article, Wolters Kluwer Vice president, and tax and regulatory counsel, Stevie Conlon, analyzes the Proposed 305(c) regulations, including a discussion of the relevant legislative history and pre-existing IRS guidance.
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This paper notes key changes included in the January 2017 Regulations, summarizes key aspects of the Section 871(m) regulations, and highlights key implementation and compliance challenges for U.S. withholding agents.
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