The pace of change in state and local tax (SALT) continues to challenge businesses that have multistate reach. In the income tax arena, businesses need to consider several important themes: business /nonbusiness classifications, apportionment factor controversies, and the long-standing debate over separate versus combined reporting. Businesses also face challenges in indirect tax in light of legislation and litigation challenging the Quill
physical presence rule. Incentive agreements between businesses and states likewise have garnered significant attention. Finally, the continuing specter of federal tax reform promises reverberations in the SALT world. On Jan. 17, members of Grant Thornton’s SALT – National Tax Office will discuss significant SALT developments, assess predictions made in 2017 and outline SALT trends expected in 2018.
- List major state income tax and sales tax developments during 2017
- Analyze issues faced by state legislatures at the outset of the 2018 legislative sessions
- Identify likely occurrences in the SALT world in 2018
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Recommended Field of Study:
- Mark Arrigo, Partner, SALT – National Managing Partner, Grant Thornton LLP
Jamie Yesnowitz, Principal, SALT – National Tax Office Leader, Grant Thornton LLP
Chuck Jones, Director, SALT – National Tax Office, Grant Thornton LLP
Lori Stolly, Director, SALT – National Tax Office, Grant Thornton LLP
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