3-Hour Program

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Why You Should Attend

During 2022, we have watched the economic dialogue change from potentially leaping into the “roaring 20s,” to being on the brink of a recession.  This shift will likely require states to transition from dealing with tax surpluses to shortfalls.  As a result, controversy may increase in an effort to generate tax revenues, despite staffing shortages and turnover at the state/local taxing authorities.  Regardless of tax revenues/shortfalls, the digital economy and the environment continue to be key themes in the tax arena.  Digital continues to evolve at a rapid pace with new terms such as the metaverse, Web3, and blockchain pervading our culture, businesses, and tax landscape.  In addition, tax professionals are learning a new language related to green/sustainable initiatives as reflected in the Inflation Reduction Act (“IRA”) and other state/local/utility incentives programs.

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 existing state and local tax controversy trends
  • Identify the state/local tax considerations of the metaverse, Web3, and blockchain
  • Recognize the federal, state, local, and utility incentives opportunities available as a result of sustainable/green investments


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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