On July 1, 2016, Tax Executives Institute launched a three-year membership recruitment campaign - Access Granted. The campaign makes a compelling case to in-house tax professionals around the world that a TEI membership is an indispensable part of their career development and success.
The State and Local Tax Committee is responsible for TEI’s educational and advocacy efforts for U.S. state and local tax issues.
The committee monitors state and local tax developments throughout the country, files amicus briefs with state and federal courts on impending state and local tax issues, and files comment letters addressing various legislative and administrative proposals.
The U.S. International Tax Committee works on educational and advocacy efforts regarding the U.S. taxation of international business operations.
TEI’s Tax Reform Task Force sets TEI’s agenda for playing a meaningful, balanced role in the U.S. tax reform debate for the benefit of TEI’s entire membership base. The task force evaluates tax reform proposals, gathers member perspectives on how such proposals might impact different industry segments, and, when appropriate, promotes TEI’s views in public communications with policy-makers.
The Financial Reporting Committee sets TEI’s advocacy agenda for tax-related financial reporting matters. The committee monitors developments and interacts with the FASB and other accounting standards-setting bodies around the world.
The IRS Administrative Affairs Committee is responsible for educational and advocacy efforts concerning procedural and administrative aspects of the U.S. tax system, such as the IRS examination and appeals functions; development of tax forms, schedules and instructions; structure and administration of penalties; and IRS training.
Patrick Evans, Chief Tax Counsel
The Financial Reporting Committee sets TEI's advocacy agenda for tax-related financial reporting matters. The committee monitors developments and interacts with the FASB and other accounting standards-setting bodies around the world.