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Thursday, October 09, 2014

HMB's Fred Marcus to Speak on Tax Attributes at the 2014 CA Tax Bar & CA Tax Policy Conference

2014 Annual Meeting of the California Tax Bar & the California Tax Policy Conference

Loews Coronado Bay San Diego
4000 Loews Coronado Bay Road
Coronado, CA
November 6-8, 2014

On Thursday, November 6, Fred Marcus of HMB's State and Local Tax Group will join several other distinguished panelists to speak on "Tax Attributes: To Share or Not to Share from a Unitary Theory Perspective." As more states move to a combined reporting regime, and given California's rich combined reporting history, panelists will explore the underlying state tax policy concerns surrounding the sharing of NOLs, credits and other tax attributes among members of a combined reporting group.

The California Tax Policy Conference presents a unique opportunity for participants to engage in many networking events -- activities designed to let attendees meet, confer, and mingle with colleagues and government officials on an informal basis. Among the special events scheduled are luncheons with keynote speakers on Thursday and Saturday; tax committee meetings; dinner with entertainment on Friday; and cocktail receptions on Thursday and Friday evenings, including our annual Young Tax Lawyer gathering on Thursday night.

For more information and to register, visit: http://taxation.calbar.ca.gov

 

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