"Mandatory Unitary Combined Reporting: Navigating Conflicting and Evolving State Rules," Strafford Publications, Inc. Webinar, 1:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m. ET
This webinar will review the latest developments in combined reporting for state corporate income tax purposes for the benefit of corporate tax professionals and advisors. The panel will offer approaches to streamline compliance and address the challenges of sometimes contradictory and competing regulations requiring mandatory unitary combined reporting (MUCR) or discretionary combined reporting.
- Background issues, mandatory vs. elective combined reporting
- Recent state actions with combined reporting
- State laws
- Regulatory actions
- Court rulings
- Actions on forced combined returns
- Enforcement policies on combinations and de-combinations in certain states
- Next states likely to act
Thursday, September 29, 2016
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