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2018 has been a year of almost unprecedented tax law changes. In the past year companies have been faced with the daunting task of assessing the state impacts of the 2017 Tax Act, evaluating significant state law changes/overhauls, such as the New Jersey corporate business tax, adjusting to the Supreme Court’s decision in Wayfair, and dealing with increased challenges of qui tam/False Claim act lawsuits. All of these “hot topics” add to the usual burden imposed on a tax professional or a company’s tax department. For those seeking a deeper understanding of these hot topics in state and local tax, PLI is delighted to present this half-day program in which leading state and local tax experts will address these dynamic developments and trends.
- State tax treatment of repatriation income, global intangible low taxed income (“GILTI”), and other 2017 Tax Act provisions
- Business considerations of such state tax treatment
- Managing the impacts of the Supreme Court’s Wayfair decision
- Assessing the potential broader implications of Wayfair
- Defending False Claims Act and qui tam lawsuits
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