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Each December the biggest names in state and local taxation gather at New York University and offer presentations on hot, cutting-edge issues in state and local taxation to their fellow practitioners at the NYU Institute on State and Local Taxation. The develop their presentations into law review-quality articles, published by Matthew Bender, that examine the most critical tax issues of the year in exhaustive depth. As practical as they are scholarly, these indispensable articles are laden with examples, tax-planning tips and commentary. The leading tax law authorities deliver insightful and problem-solving guidance, including:
• Intellectual Property
• Taxation of E-Commerce
• State Tax Nexus Issues
• Sales/Use Tax
• State Tax Administration
• State-specific topics
• Accounting issues
• Professional ethics
• Includes index, table of cases and table of statutes.
First published in 1999.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 Combined Reporting Developments and Controversies in New York
RICHARD W. GENETELLI
CHAPTER 2 Apportionment Issues: Recent Developments
HOLLIS L. HYANS
LYNN A. GANDHI
LINDSAY M. LaCAVA
CHAPTER 3 Federal Tax Reform’s Impact on State Taxation
CHAPTER 4 Pass-Through Entities – Latest Developments Affecting State Taxation of Partnerships, LLCs and their Owners
KELVIN M. LAWRENCE
BRUCE P. ELY
STEVEN N.J. WLODYCHAK
CHAPTER 5 Ethical Challenges for State Tax Professionals from Social Distancing and Electronic Communications with Clients and Colleagues
GLENN C. MCCOY, JR.
BREEN M. SCHILLER
CHRISTOPHER J. SULLIVAN
TABLE OF CASES
TABLE OF STATUTES
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