Live Stream: Multistate Income Tax
368 | Livestream | Intermediate | Scheduled
You can conquer the theoretical conundrums and compliance issues caused by the question of whether or not a business has nexus in a particular jurisdiction. Be the one to guide your client skillfully through the maze of multistate corporate tax codes. Rapidly develop a working knowledge of both multistate tax compliance and related planning opportunities. With the rate of change, you can't afford to be out of date with your knowledge of this critical tax area. Course materials will include the latest developments regarding the Wayfair decision.
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Experienced tax professionals and accountants; private industry accounting and finance managers
Experience in corporate taxation
- Constitutional limits and P.L. 86-272
- Nexus, UDITPA, MTC
- Calculation of state taxable income
- Filing methods for multistate taxpayers
- Apportionment and allocation
- Multistate income tax planning
- Audit defense strategies
When you complete this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the key principles of multistate taxation.
- Identify the implications of establishing nexus in various taxing jurisdictions.
- Analyze client operations and devise strategies that will minimize their client's overall sales and/or income tax liability.
- Recognize the impact of recent judicial rulings in various states on client operations.
- Determine to what extent the state taxation of internet-based transactions may impact current and future client activities.
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Bruce M. Nelson, MA, is a CPA with more than 35 years' experience in federal and state and local tax (SALT). Currently the editor-in-chief of the Journal of State Taxation, Bruce previously spent ten years as director of the SALT group at EKS&H LLLP, three years with a law firm specializing in tax audit defense and litigation, and several years as a senior tax manager at Ernst & Young.
Bruce earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a master's degree from Colorado State University. He is a frequent seminar speaker and teaches continuing education classes on tax topics for the Colorado Society of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs.
Bruce has published more than 50 tax articles in many publications including the Journal of Accountancy, Tax Executive, the Journal of State Taxation, the Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives, Tax Notes State, and The Colorado Lawyer. He is the author of The Adviser's Guide to Multistate Income Taxation and co-author of the Sales and Use Tax Answer Book.Back to Instructors