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Multistate Income Tax: Overview, Planning and Current Developments

Louisville, Kentucky - October 20, 2008
Lexington, Kentucky - October 21, 2008

Key Seminar Benefits

Stay in Compliance With Multistate Income Tax Rules

  • Avoid penalties for non-compliance by following tax base division and apportionment rules.
  • Stay up-to-date on recent law changes and new developments that affect multistate income tax reporting requirements.
  • Identify the effect of state income tax apportionment on capital expenditures, composition of sales, property and payroll.
  • Recognizxe how Public Law 86-272 limits the power of states to tax income derived from interstate commerce.
  • Learn effective strategies and planning opportunities for reducing the state income tax burden of multistate entities.
  • Claim key exemptions; don't miss any importane details that can save your cients money.
  • Find out if your client is overpaying taxes on interstate transactions, and how to reclaim the money.


LOUISVILLE - October 20
Louisville Marriott East

1903 Embassy Square Boulevard
Louisville, Kentucky  40299
Phone 502-499-6220


LEXINGTON - October 21
Holiday Inn North

1950 Newtown Pike
Junction I-75 and Newtown Pike
Lexington, Kentucky  40511
Phone 859-233-0512



Mark A. Loyd, Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC
Michael R. Harbold, Dean Dorton & Ford

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