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Tuesday, July 05, 2016

How Local Jurisdictions are Responding to Budge Deficits and an Intro to SALT Treatment of Restructurings

Georgetown Advanced State and Local Tax Institute,  August 3 through August 5, 2016

On August 4, Chris Lutz will present on how local jurisdictions are responding to budget deficits.  This presentation will examine the trend of using outdated laws to generate local tax revenue, compare the efforts of local governments, consumers and businesses, and will explain how businesses can proactively address collection issues and manage their local tax burdens.  On August 5, Marilyn Wethekam will provide an introduction into the state and local tax treatment of restructurings.  This presentation will consider the big picture regarding restructuring issues and will help participants understand how each tax issue can relate to the overarching theme of corporate transactions.  

The Georgetown 2016 Institute will consist of an informative, large-group discussion, small sections, and a small group panelist. Within the group discussions and small sections, participants will discuss and explore related topics in greater depth. Later, participants will have the opportunity to reconvene with panelists who will analyze the small groups' ideas and provide practical suggestions to be implemented in your office. Join us for an Institute that will transform your thinking about state and local tax law!

To register for this program, click here.

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