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Thursday, June 25, 2015

HMB Supports 38th Annual Advanced State and Local Tax Institute at Georgetown

Both Marilyn Wethekam and Chris Lutz will participate in the 2-day conference

August 5-7, 2015

Georgetown University Law Center

Washington, DC

Get ready to connect at the Advanced State and Local Tax Institute with attendees from across the country to learn from SALT industry experts. The two-day program features new developments in the area of SALT. 

This conference is ideally suited for SALT professionals from law firms, accounting firms, companies, and state and local governments. Register and learn more about the conference.

Since Marilyn Wethekam is a member of the Advanced State and Local Tax Institute Advisory Board, HMB is pleased to extend a $100 discount to the conference. Please use the code WETHEKAM when registering to receive $100 off your registration fee.

Ten Reasons Why You Should Attend This Program:

  1. Learn strategies employed by global supply chain experts
  2. Examine the success of state efforts to implement transfer pricing
  3. Explore trends in taxing foreign income-including tax havens and inclusions
  4. Analyze the framework used by taxpayers to address incongruities in the new economy
  5. Assess the primary risks associated with using pass-through entities
  6. Identify the gaps and pressure points when synching the new economy and existing laws
  7. Survey state approaches to Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)
  8. Obtain tips on how to use VDAs and Amnesty programs to extinguish state tax exposure and liabilities
  9. Enjoy facilitated networking breaks designed to connect you with professionals facing similar issues
  10. Return to your office with key lessons to share with colleagues and clients

HMB's Marilyn Wethekam will be moderating a panel titled, "The Last Word: A Dialogue with State Taxing Administrators," and HMB's Chris Lutz will be participating on two other panels, "Square Peg in a Round Hole: Analyzing Case Outcomes" and "360 Degree Analysis of Existing State Tax Law and the New Economy."

The Last Word: A Dialogue with State Taxing Administrators
  • Join tax administrators in a discussion of their states' most pressing issues
  • Learn how they prioritize and address their most significant challenges
  • Gain an inside perspective on critical audit and compliance issues
Square Peg in a Round Hole: Analyzing Case Outcomes
  • Assess the Appropriateness of Applying Old sales and income tax laws to new issues
  • Learn how courts are analyzing the disconnect
  • Compare case outcomes across different states
360 Degree Analysis of Existing State Tax Law and the New Economy
  • Compare, contrast and analyze content from the breakout sessions
  • Anticipate how the proposed legislation and judicial remedies would apply to future challenges
  • Share a new perspective on this issue with your firm or business

View the conference brochure for a complete list of programs and descriptions.

We hope to see you at the Advanced State and Local Tax Institute August 5-7 @GeorgetownCLE #GeorgetownSALT bit.ly/SALT2015

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