Arthur Rosen and Alysse McLoughlin are the co-chairs of the program on "Introduction to State and Local Taxes" 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. View full agenda here.
Upon completion of this program, you will have acquired a broad-based foundation in state and local taxation, as well as a basis for comparing and contrasting the various states’ systems of taxation with each other, and with the Internal Revenue Code:
- Constitutional limitations on the ability of states to tax kinds of income and categories of taxpayers generally
- The essentials of multistate income taxation including allocation and apportionment of income with respect to taxpayers with residence or operations in more than one state
- The essentials and principles of non-income based taxes with emphasis on sales and use taxes
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.