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    Learn ways to cost-effectively hire and train a 21st Century workforce through economic incentives, and hear insights from Brig. Gen. Michael P. Fleming on veteran hiring, retention, and advancement.
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    To date, approximately half of the states have enacted add-back statutes that disallow tax deductions for certain intercompany expenses. With more states considering similar statutes as well as new variations, what should tax executives be aware of?
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    Hear from Jim Wetzler, a member of the NY Tax Reform panel about proposed changes to the state's corporate tax laws.
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