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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Fred Marcus "Today in Taxes" at the 2017 Annual NYU Institute on State and Local Taxation

12/4/17 - 12/5/17

Grand Hyatt New York
New York, NY
Click here for more info and to register.

Get ready for a jam-packed show! It's hard to cover the ever changing state and local tax landscape, but an all-star team of "special reporters" provides a rundown of what you need to know about the most important SALT developments affecting taxpayers today, including the latest developments in Unclaimed Property. Included in this year's "Hardball" segment is a discussion of gross receipts tax proposals that have popped up in several states this year, typically as a part of a comprehensive tax reform initiative. The "Hardball" Panelists explore the reasons for the resurgence in their popularity, and discuss why such taxes should never be part of a responsible program of tax reform. Then, stick around for "Meet the Press", a panel discussion of important new developments in the New York/New Jersey region. 

The annual NYU School of Professional Studies Institute on State and Local Taxation addresses all major areas of taxation and attracts attorneys, accountants, state tax officials, tax directors, tax managers and anyone seeking expert discussion on the latest technical, legislative, and planning developments.

The Institute is designed for the practitioner who must frequently anticipate and handle state and local tax matters. It provides high-level updates, practical advice you can implement, and in-depth analysis of the latest developments and current issues in all areas of state and local taxation. Attendees learn practical solutions and valuable insights from leading authorities across the profession.

Click here to contact Fred Marcus about this presentation.

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