Domestic tax quarterly webcast series: a focus on state tax matters
Many multistate and multinational corporations find it challenging to keep up with frequent changes in the state and local tax legislative and regulatory environments. To help address this challenge, we bring you our Domestic tax quarterly webcast series: a focus on state tax matters. The state tax edition of this quarterly series provides you with information on major tax law changes in the 50 states and District of Columbia, as well as current state and local tax topics of interest.
The following topics will be discussed on the upcoming state tax quarterly webcast:
- A general overview of the “state” of the states
- A special guest speaker from the New Jersey Division of Taxation to discuss recent developments in the state
- An update covering major legislative, administrative and judicial developments at the state level
The next federal edition of the webcast series will take place on Wednesday, 25 July. You will receive an invitation to this second track of the webcast series in the coming weeks.
This is an interactive webcast and we encourage you to ask questions.
Michael Bryan, Director, New Jersey Division of Taxation
Steve Wlodychak, Director of Ernst & Young LLP Center for State Tax Policy, Los Angeles, CA
Mike Semes, Ernst & Young LLP, National Director of State Tax Controversy Practice, Philadelphia, PA
Tov Haueisen, Ernst & Young LLP, Director of Northeast Controversy Practice, New York, NY
Jeffrey Saviano, Ernst & Young LLP, Director of Indirect and US State and Local Tax, New York, NY