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2018 Summer Tax Series

Understanding New York State Tax Issues of 2018

June 13 to August 1
2018
Seminars
The Harvard Club 35 W. 44th Street, New York, NY
June 13 to August 1, 2018
Registration & Breakfast: 8:00 a.m. Program: 8:30-10:15 a.m.

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For topics, speakers, and other background information about the event, please click here. Additional details below.

What’s New This Year?

The answer is “plenty!” Hodgson Russ’s experienced tax attorneys will provide insight into some of the most critical tax issues today, including the impact of the TCJA, New York State tax law changes, new data privacy rules affecting New York businesses, and updates on a range of audit issues. Our sessions are designed for financial professionals such as CPAs, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, corporate counsel, and tax and financial advisors. Stay ahead of the curve to ensure you are informed with the most up-to-date information. Two hours of CPE credit per seminar session is available. CLE credit has been requested. The cost is $60 per session or $375 for all seven sessions (fully transferable).

2018 Seminar Topics

June 13
FEDERAL TAX REFORM AND THE NEW YORK RESPONSE
Highlights of the TCJA, responses by the states, and the impact of the TCJA on New York Taxpayers

June 20
PERSONAL INCOME TAX UPDATE
New residency cases, recent legislation affecting part-year residents, nonresident allocation issues and special issues for hedge fund managers

June 27
CROSS-BORDER ISSUES FOR NEW YORK BUSINESSES PLUS ODDBALL TAXES
Nexus, European Union data privacy initiative, and other concerns for cross-border companies plus unique New York taxes such as transfer tax and New York City taxes, including unincorporated business tax, commercial rent tax, utility tax, and others

July 11
SALES AND USE TAX UPDATE AND ABANDONED PROPERTY COMPLIANCE
New sales tax legislation, compliance initiatives, and cases. Plus, old school meets new school: a review of the sales tax rules governing the construction industry and digital transactions. Finally, we’ll provide a brief overview of the compliance requirements for New York’s Abandoned Property Law

July 18
MOBILE WORKFORCE ISSUES
Tax and labor issues arising with multistate, mobile employees

July 25
A FRESH LOOK AT SALT FOR C CORPORATIONS PLUS NEW YORK STATE TAX CREDITS
New York State and New York City tax considerations for C corporations, along with the latest in tax credits for businesses and individuals

August 1
TRUSTS AND ESTATES UPDATE
Recent federal and state developments for estate planning