Multistate tax re-emergence: Preparing for what’s next
Now in its 18th year, this year’s Symposium will explore some significant multistate tax and technology issues facing today’s Tax departments, ways state tax leaders may deliver greater value to their organizations, and how we can successfully re-emerge and prepare for what’s coming in our “new next.”
The value-driven forum offers businesses the opportunity to hear from and interact with leading practitioners, industry peers, and colleagues from across the country.
This year, we are offering attendees the option to join us either in-person or virtually. Our virtual offering will be a live stream of the in-person program taking place in Florida with the exception of our luncheon keynote sessions on Thursday and Friday. Please visit our registration page for additional details.
- Tax policy and politics on the Hill, including what’s happened of late on important tax items, what may have a chance of becoming law, and when we might see action on them
- Addressing what a world-class tax department, structured with technology as a pillar, may look like, as well as how tax talent and IT resources may be positioned more strategically
- A practical look at income and indirect tax nexus and base-related shifts and changes, transfer pricing audits and controversies, credits and incentives arrangements, property tax appeals and obsolescence, and market- and destination-based sourcing
- State tax agency officials’ perspectives and insights on issues and trends facing the states and business organizations today, including what’s in store for 2022’s re-emergence and beyond
- Recent developments and trends in multistate taxation and some tips on what to watch for in upcoming 2022 state and local legislative sessions
- Accounting for state tax law developments that may affect your business’s overall tax rate and financial statements from both ASC 740 and ASC 450 perspectives
- An illustrative case study considering “what’s actually working” now as companies automate routine tax functions and seek to decipher and manage their collected data, including building a tax department technology life cycle road map