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Monday, June 16, 2014

On Thursday, June 26, HMB's Jordan Goodman and David Ruskin will be presenting "The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: State and Local Tax" at the DFK Multi-Discipline Conference in Las Vegas, NV.

This session will cover recent happenings in state and local tax and will highlight the GOOD things that have happened for taxpayers both judicially and legislatively. The session will also cover the BAD issues that audit, accounting and tax professionals and their clients should try to avoid. Finally, the session will dissect the UGLY traps for taxpayers, identify possible silver linings and explore how taxpayers are fighting back and dealing with aggressive state revenue collectors.

Goodman and Ruskin will look at the latest (and maybe not so greatest) issues in nexus, business and nonbusiness income and apportionment issues and will discuss current litigation on a national basis with updates in the area of nexus, unitary filings, treatment of partnerships and LLCs, business purpose and economic substance, business income, apportionment issues and base and exemption issues for sales tax. They will also address any other topics that participants wish to discuss.
The session has been approved for two CPE hours (tax).
For complete details about the conference and program agenda, please click here.
The 2014 DFK MultiDiscipline Conference is presented by DFK/USA's Audit & Accounting Committee and its Tax Committee; the conference is designed forDFK Partners and Senior Managers to exchange practice management and technical information, and to network with fellow DFK members in an open environment.
DFK International/USA is an association of independent, full-service public accounting and consulting firms with offices serving major markets throughout the United States. The association is affiliated with DFK International, with over 300 offices in over 80 countries.

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