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Thursday, September 19, 2013

"Mobile Property Can Create State and Local Tax Problems: Part 2"

By Jennifer A. Zimmerman (Horwood Marcus & Berk) and JoAnna Simek (Wolf & Company LLP)

Webinar

Thursday, October 3, 2013

11 am - 12 pm CST

Join us for our second installment of a webinar designed to educated companies on potential risks regarding state and local tax decisions for mobile property.

More than ever, it is important to understand how business activities can impact your state tax liabilities. In June, we discussed sales tax implications of mobile property as well as recent and proposed legislation from an accounting and legal perspective. This October, we will be covering the importance of apportionment when owning, renting or leasing vehicles, portable machinery and equipment, office furniture, tools, or any other property held by businesses. We will also be going in-depth into how the type of ownership and where the property is sourced play a key role in determining the correct tax treatment to remain compliant.

To register for this webinar, please click HERE.



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