What’s Shaking: Blank Rome State + Local Tax Roundup

The BR State + Local Tax Spotlight

Blank Rome’s nationally prominent State + Local Tax attorneys are thought leaders in the community as frequent guest speakers at various local and national conferences throughout the year. Our State + Local Tax attorneys believe it is necessary to educate and inform their clients and contacts about topics that will impact their businesses. We invite you to attend, listen, and learn as our State + Local Tax attorneys interpret and discuss key legal issues companies are facing and how you can put together a plan of action to mitigate risk and advance your business in accordance with state and local tax laws.

The 2023 National Multistate Tax Symposium 
Blank Rome State + Local Tax Partner Craig B. Fields will serve as a speaker at the 2023 National Multistate Tax Symposium, presented by Deloitte Tax LLP in collaboration with the Tax Section of the Florida Bar, being held February 8 through 10, 2023, in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Craig’s session, “Multistate Income/Franchise Tax Hot Topics: P.L. 86-272 and Related-Party Transactions,” will take place on Friday, February 10. To learn more, please click here.

Telecommuting Tax Traps 
Blank Rome State + Local Tax Partners Nicole L. Johnson and Craig B. Fields will present the Lorman live webinar “Telecommuting Tax Traps” on Thursday, March 2, 2023. In this webinar, Nicole and Craig will discuss the tax traps faced by businesses with an increasingly mobile workforce.

This article is one in a series of articles written for the December 2022 edition of The BR State + Local Tax Spotlight.

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