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Friday, February 21, 2014

On Tuesday, April 1, 2014, HMB's David Hughes will moderate a morning session at the ABA/IPT Advanced Sales/Use Tax Seminar.

The seminar entitled "Gillette and the MTC: Updates, Inside Stories and Other Perspectives" will take those present into the intricacies of the interplay between the Multistate Tax Compact and state apportionment law. Using California law as an example, this session will examine whether a state can vary from the traditional three-factor apportionment first contemplated in the 1950's. This session will also provide an update on how this issue is being litigated in states other than California and the unique opportunities in other states.

Learning objectives of session:

  • Understand what an Interstate Compact is
  • Know the history of the Multistate Tax Compact
  • Be familiar with the status of the Gillette and IMB litigation
  • Understand how the current litigation impacts the audit program of the MTC

The American Bar Association Section of Taxation and the Institute for Professionals in Taxation have joined forces again to present another key opportunity for continuing professional education in one of America's most vibrant cities. The ABA/IPT Advanced Tax Seminar will occur at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans, Louisiana. For more information about the event and to view a brochure, please click HERE.

(David Hughes serves as an ABA Co-Chair on the Advanced Income Tax Seminar Committee.)

 

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