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Monday, October 14, 2013

On Friday, December 13, Fred Marcus will co-moderate a panel, "What's Happening Everywhere Today?" at the 32nd Annual Institute on State and Local Taxation. This panel will provide an in-depth review of significant developments from regions across the country.

The conference, organized by the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies, will be hosted at the Grand Hyatt New York, December 12-13, 2013. Fred O. Marcus serves on the Institute's Advisory Board.

The annual NYU Institute on State and Local Taxation addresses all major areas of taxation and attracts attorneys, accountants, state tax officials, tax directors, tax managers and anyone seeking expert discussion on the latest technical, legislative, and planning developments.

The Institute is designed for the practitioner who must frequently anticipate and handle state and local tax matters. It provides high-level updates, practical advice you can implement, and in-depth analysis of the latest developments and current issues in all areas of state and local taxation. Attendees learn practical solutions and valuable insights from leading authorities across the profession.

The Institute provides an ideal setting to meet practitioners from all around the country. It's an opportunity for you to share ideas, exchange views, learn what others are doing, and obtain credit for continuing education.

To register for the conference, please click HERE.

Horwood Marcus & Berk Chartered is a proud sponsor of this year's conference.

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