The J. Nelson Young Tax Institute is an annual professional program covering current state and federal tax problems and issues at the post-graduate level of knowledge. The program is designed for the practitioner who must frequently handle state and federal tax matters. Emphasis is placed on subjects that are new and current, including in-depth coverage of recent developments and problems that often prove difficult in planning clients' affairs and transactions. The conference will feature discussions on current issues in individual and business income taxation, professional regulatory ethics and in estate planning. The learning objectives for this program is to expand the practitioners understanding of state and federal taxation policy, regulation and real-world application. There are no prerequisites or advanced preparation for this group-live conference.
Major Cases and Trends in State and Local Taxation
Richard D. Pomp, Alva P. Loiselle Professor of Law, University of Connecticut School of Law, Jordan M. Goodman, Horwood Marcus & Berk, and Marilyn A. Wethekam, Horwood Marcus & Berk
In this session, Pomp, Goodman and Wethekam will cover significant developments in state and local tax legislation, policy and case law.