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Friday, September 26, 2014

HMB's Marilyn Wethekam and Jordan Goodman to Present at Annual Paul J. Hartman State and Local Tax Forum

The 21st Annual Paul J. Hartman State & Local Tax Forum

Oct 28-30 2014

Loews Vanderbilt Plaza

Nashville, TN

Cost of Performance Rules: How Sourcing for Services Applies in Practice, Oct. 29

This session will discuss the issues arising from the application of the traditional cost of performance rules and focus on the practical approach for implementing and defending cost of performance.

  • Shirley Sicilian, National Director for SALT Controversy (Washington, DC)
  • Jamie Allen, Partner, State and Local Tax Group, BI Chtd. Solutions Group (St. Louis, MO)

Sword or Shiel, Oct. 29

The use of nontraditional defenses, including taxpayer bill of rights, in state or local tax cases.

  • Nikki Crighton Vescio, Principal, State and Local Tax, KPMG LLP (New York, NY)
  • Helen Hecht, General Counsel, Multistate Tax Commission (Washington, DC)

The Professor Paul J. Hartman Memorial State and Local Tax (SALT) Forum, sponsored in conjunction with the Vanderbilt University Law School, provides industry, practitioners and state revenue employees the opportunity to participate in a quality forum exploring significant national developments and trends in state and local taxation. The Forum features speakers with the knowledge, expertise, and communication skills to impart current developments as well as the practical solutions and planning opportunities in structuring and reporting state and local tax transactions.

CLICK HERE to register now!   

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