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Thursday, January 08, 2015

HMB's David Hughes to Present at the Illinois CPA Society's 2015 State & Local Tax Conference

The Illinois CPA Society
State & Local Tax Conference
550 W. Jackson Blvd., Ste. 900
Chicago, IL
January 20, 2015

Recent Developments and Need-to-Know Updates for 2015 Including David's Presentation:

Dividing the Pie:  An Analysis of Illinois Income Tax Apportionment Rules

This session will explore the current Illinois income tax apportionment rules with an emphasis on the meaning of "gross receipts," market based sourcing rules for services, the throwout and throw back rules, and alternative apportionment.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the new market based sourcing rules for services
  • Learn about the latest developments on alternative apportionment
  • Current case law on the meaning of "gross receipts"

Speaker:

The Illinois CPA Society (ICPAS) is a statewide membership organization, with over 23,000 professionals, dedicated to enhancing the value of the CPA profession. Founded in 1903, ICPAS is one of the largest state CPA society in the nation. ICPAS represents Illinois CPAs in public accounting and consulting, corporate accounting and finance, not-for-profit, government and education organizations as well as affiliate member groups for students, educators, international professionals and related non-CPA finance professionals.

For more information about the State & Local Tax Conference, click HERE.

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