What’s Shaking: Blank Rome State + Local Tax Roundup
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29th Annual Paul J. Hartman State & Local Tax Forum
Craig B. Fields and Nicole L. Johnson will speak at Vanderbilt University Law School’s 29th Annual Paul J. Hartman State and Local Tax Forum, being held October 19 through 21, 2022, at the Lowes Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. There will also be a virtual option available for all program sessions. Craig’s session, “Leading Practices in Audits, Assessments, and Alternative Dispute Resolutions,” will take place Wednesday, October 19. Nicole’s session, “Allocable Income,” will take place Thursday, October 20. To learn more, please click here.
Council on State Taxation’s 2022 Income Tax Conference & Spring Audit Virtual Sessions
Nicole L. Johnson will serve as a panelist at the Council on State Taxation’s (“COST”) 2022 Income Tax Conference & Spring Audit Virtual Sessions, which will be held May 23 through 25, 2022, as a live online event. Nicole’s session, “Restructuring with Purpose: A Business Purpose Master Class,” will take place on Monday, May 23, from 12:40 to 1:40 p.m. EDT, and will discuss how to establish a business purpose and, most importantly, how to appropriately document that purpose. To learn more, please click here.
Council on State Taxation’s 2022 SALT Basics School
Mitchell A. Newmark will serve as a panelist at the COST 2022 SALT Basics School, which will be held the week of May 15, 2022. Mitchell’s panel, “Restrictions on a State’s Ability to Tax,” is scheduled for today, May 19, 2022, and will review the various restrictions on a state’s ability to impose taxes such as constitutional restrictions, federal legislation, and judicial pronouncements. To learn more, please click here.
This article is one in a series of articles written for the May 2022 edition of The BR State + Local Tax Spotlight.