Please join us for a breakfast presentation by Michael Bussa and Samantha Holdridge from Ernst & Young. They will provide a timely and critical overview of the proposed changes to ASC 718, including statutory withholding, accounting for forfeitures, and accounting for income taxes when awards vest or are settled. Additionally, they will help us get ready for 2016 with a discussion of practical and operational considerations for your organization with items to consider should the changes be adopted. Bring your questions!
There is no charge to attend this important meeting. Be sure to share this invitation with all in your company charged with stock plan administration and its accounting.
The meeting and hot breakfast are free! To help us better plan for this event, please send an RSVP email to Voves.Michael@dorsey.com if you are planning to attend.
This meeting qualifies for one Certified Equity Professional credit. In addition, one hour of Continuing Legal Education in Minnesota will be applied for.
Michael A. Bussa, CPA Partner, Human Capital Practice Ernst & Young LLP
Michael is a Partner in Ernst & Young’s Human Capital practice and is the U.S. leader for the Firm’s Global Equity services practice. He has nearly 30 of experience and has managed equity compensation engagements for organizations across all industry lines. Michael has extensive experience in the areas of international assignment planning and structuring, global equity plan design and implementation, feasibility analysis, tax and regulatory due diligence, compliance risk assessment and cost minimization, global payroll compliance, merger and acquisition due diligence, corporate tax planning, US GAAP/IFRS analysis and employee education.
Michael received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Brooklyn College, City University of New York and is a CPA in the state of New York. He is a frequent speaker on at organizations such as the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals, the Global Equity Organization, the Tax Executives Institute, the National Foreign Trade Council, and Bloomberg/BNA, and has appeared on CNN’s Your Money program.
Samantha Holdridge Senior Manager – Human Capital Practice Ernst & Young LLP +1 312 879 2471 email@example.com
Samantha Holdridge is a Senior Manager in EY’s Human Capital practice with experience in global equity compensation, global mobility tax services and Human Capital tax technology enabled software solutions. She has more than 15 years of overall industry experience, with more than 12 years of Human Capital experience with EY.
Samantha currently focuses on working with multinational companies with global equity compensation programs. She is responsible for managing global equity services engagements and advising clients in the areas of global equity incentive plan design and implementation, tax and legal due diligence, feasibility analysis, cross-border tax planning and payroll support, corporate tax planning and employee education. She also works extensively on implementing EY Stock and Mobility Service (EYSMS) to automate the cross-border reporting and withholding requirements within organizations.
Samantha has also served as a lead in the firm’s Human Capital Technology group. She oversaw the development, deployment, maintenance and support of a number of our global software solutions. She has extensive experience in supporting clients’ technology needs, including program lead and global trainer for the EY cost projection tool; managed the implementation and centralization of tax cost estimate support centers to facilitate preparation of cost projections globally.
Samantha received her BA in Business and Sociology from Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois. She is an IRS enrolled agent and certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
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