3-Hour Program

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Why You Should Attend

Every year we see significant state tax reform, along with federal/international tax reform, that impacts state/local taxes. 2023 was no exception as New Jersey passed significant corporate tax reform, other states adopted or attempted to adopt material changes, and the reform of IRC Section 174 and the adoption of BEPS 2.0 Pillar Two increased complexity at both the federal and state/local levels. In addition to tax reform, there were significant state/local tax decisions issued or expected in 2023, that will impact the state/local tax landscape in 2024 and beyond, most notably the Moore case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court. Finally, the state/local tax regime for pass-through entities has been evolving over the past several years and has now developed into an intricate maze of state/local tax filings and liabilities that is more complex than ever for these entities and their shareholders.  

For tax practitioners seeking a deeper understanding of these state/local tax topics, PLI is delighted to present this half-day program in which leading state and local tax experts will address these dynamic developments and trends.  

What You Will Learn

After completing this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand current developments in state/local tax reform and the state/local implications of federal and international tax reform 
  • Identify the state/local filing and tax obligations for pass-through entities as well as the pitfalls and challenges of this intricate tax regime
  • Recognize the issues and opportunities presented by the top state/local tax cases from 2023 and early 2024

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for corporate tax managers, tax attorneys, accountants and anyone interested in examining sophisticated, cutting-edge state and local tax issues.

Program Level: Overview 

Intended Audience: Attorneys at law and accounting firms, in-house tax counsel and other tax professionals seeking a deeper understanding of the complex interaction between federal, state and local tax laws.

Prerequisites: Interest in exploring the relationship between federal, state and local tax laws.

Advanced Preparation: None

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