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State and Local Thinking – October 2018

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Tax professionals Meet Chuck Jones, a SALT National Tax Office Director at Grant Thornton’s Chicago office Chuck Jones is a State and Local Tax (SALT) National Tax Office director in Grant Thornton's Chicago office. Chuck supports the SALT Technical Services function and, as such, closely follows current state and local tax developments.

Chuck has spent 21 years working on state and local tax issues, and has been focused lately on the sales tax nexus changes from South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. and the state impact of federal tax reform. Chuck provides internal support for state and local issues, interpreting and analyzing tax changes for staff through both memoranda and staff training sessions. Chuck is one of the main writers of Grant Thornton's SALT Alerts, which are featured in this newsletter.

Chuck earned a bachelor of science degree, magnum cum laude, from Illinois State University, and earned a juris doctor from Indiana School of Law. Chuck is licensed as an attorney, a registered CPA, and is member of the AICPA, the Illinois State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, the Institute for Professionals in Taxation and the Illinois CPA Society.

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Mark Arrigo
SALT National Managing Partner
Atlanta
T +1 678 515 2320

Jamie Yesnowitz
SALT National Tax Office Principal
Washington D.C.
T +1 202 521 1504

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