Arthur Rosen and Alysse McLoughlin are the co-chairs of the program "Intermediate State and Local Taxation" during the week-long Summer Institute in Taxation organized by the NYU School of Professional Studies. Arthur and Alysse will be presenting on various topics during the program.
LEARNING OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this program, you will have explored and will have been exposed to the full range of cutting-edge issues in state and local taxation including:
- Special insight into state revenue department initiatives and obstacles
- Planning for the state and local tax impact with respect to material business transactions
- The continuing evolution of e-commerce issues
- Learning the issues to be analyzed in connection with foreign (non-US) businesses and transactions
Program Level: Intermediate Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of state and local taxation
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The intensive tax conferences are ideal for the new professional who wants a solid foundation in a specialized area of law or tax practice. Those attorneys and accountants already practicing attend to refresh their knowledge and to learn about new developments in legislation and regulations. Attend the introductory conferences and acquire critical new skills and practical knowledge you can use immediately. Attend the intermediate/advanced conferences and receive a high-level update and an in-depth analysis of the latest developments. CLE, CPE, and CE credits also are available.