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Friday, July 07, 2017

HMB SALT Attorneys Presenting at the Advanced State & Local Tax Institute - Georgetown Law CLE

7/27/17 - 7/28/17
Georgetown Law
Washington, DC
Click here for more info and to register

10 Reasons Why You Should Attend

  1. Delve into how changes to the federal tax regime may affect state tax regimes
  2. Explore the impact of federal tax changes on business state tax planning
  3. Watch a lively debate on retroactivity between advocates before state tax court judges
  4. Hear perspectives from three state tax administrators on key issues their states are facing
  5. Network with peers in several social events
  6. Mentor newer SALT attorneys or be mentored as a newer SALT attorney
  7. Receive timely tips on managing your reserves and RARs
  8. Consider the role of data analytics in state and local tax
  9. Analyze key issues in income tax and sales and use tax
  10. Conclude the conference by engaging in a discussion of all topics SALT

HMB SALT attorneys presenting

Marilyn Wethekam: "Gathering More: Business Perspectives on Federal Tax Reform"
Jordan Goodman: "Survivor Ethics: How Well Do You Know the Ethical Rules?"
Breen Schiller: "Hot Topics and Current Developments in Income and Business Activity Taxes"
  • Up to 10.75 CLE credit hours (based on a 60-minute credit hour), including 1 hour of ethics
  • Up to 12.9 CLE credit hours (based on a 50-minute credit hour), including 1.2 hours of ethics
  • Up to 12.5 CPE credit hours, including credit in Taxes, Accounting and Regulatory Ethics Field of Study

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