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Friday, March 13, 2015

HMB's David Hughes to Speak about Managing Audits and Litigation at ABA/IPT Event

Advanced Income Tax Seminar

The Ritz-Carlton
New Orleans, LA

Monday, March 16, 2015

Managing state tax audits is becoming a greater challenge for multistate taxpayers. States are devoting more time and resources to audits; states are sharing information more freely; and states are constantly seeking new sources of revenue. Add it all up, and it is imperative for taxpayers to be able to handle audits effectively. This session will explore how to do that, including developing an overall audit strategy and protecting confidential information.
After attending this session, the participant will be able to:
  • Know how to develop an overall strategy for an audit
  • Learn about protecting confidential information
  • Learn how to preserve issues for any future protest or appeal
  • Glenn C. McCoy, Jr., KPMG LLP (New York, NY)
The ABA/IPT Advanced Income, Advanced Sales/Use, and Advanced Property Tax Seminars are designed for attorneys, accountants, tax directors, state and local tax managers, government tax officials, appraisers, property tax managers, commercial and industrial property managers, and others interested in sales, use, ad valorem taxation of property, and income.
The increasing burden of state and local income, sales, use, and property taxes throughout the country requires an increasingly greater knowledge and understanding by those professionals who are responsible for managing and minimizing this burden. In addition, businesses must now focus more on the process for evaluating and selecting professionals who are needed to contest state and local tax matters. Over the course of three seminars, a distinguished and multidisciplinary faculty, including appraisers, government and private sector tax officials, tax managers, and state and local tax attorneys, will lead you in the practical examination of current state and local tax issues facing different businesses and industries. These programs devote substantial time to current issues in the field.
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