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  • Intercompany Expense Disallowance Via Add-back Statutes: A Constantly Changing Environment
    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?
  • Market Sourcing and State Apportionment: What Are Recent Developments?
    States have enacted varying versions of sourcing rules for apportionment of income from services and intangible property intended to reflect the market for such income. Gain clarity on this fast-moving and highly complex area of state taxation.
  • Proposed New York State Tax Reforms: Modeling Potential Impacts
    Hear from Jim Wetzler, a member of the NY Tax Reform panel about proposed changes to the state's corporate tax laws.
  • State Income Tax Withholding for Partnerships: Why Is It So Hard?
    Many partnerships struggle with non-resident state tax withholding for the various states that require it. How can you cut down on complexity, partner confusion, notices from states, and other compliance-related issues?
  • State NOLs: Back on Your Radar Again?
    As economic conditions improve, companies often look for ways to use net operating losses (NOLs) from previous years to offset income. What state opportunities or limitations exist that may impact your ability to utilize your state NOLs?
  • State Taxation of International Operations
    Gain new insights into the state tax considerations for foreign entities and the potential for unanticipated state tax consequences from international transactions.
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