National Multistate Tax Symposium

Deloitte & the Florida Bar Association


U.S. State + Local Tax

Orlando, FL

Hollis L. Hyans and Craig B. Fields

Craig B. Fields and Hollis L. Hyans

Speaking Engagement

Topics Include:

"The Basics: Intercompany Transactions Rules and Exceptions"
Craig B. Fields

The treatment of transactions between members of an affiliated group continues to be the focus of state taxing administrations either by state examiners or even state legislatures in the creation of new tax regimes. Join this panel as they explore the myriad of rules and exceptions related to the treatment of management fees, royalties, interest on loans and other intercompany transactions.

"A Lively Debate with Frankel and Pomp"
Paul H. Frankel

Always entertaining and informative, Paul Frankel, noted litigator for taxpayers, and Richard Pomp, recognized author and expert witness for state departments of revenue, will engage in a light-hearted debate on the latest hot topics in state tax litigation.

"Tried and True State Tax Planning Breakouts: Apportionment Planning"
Hollis L. Hyans

State apportionment rules continue to change and evolve, but there are still tried and true basics to take into account when computing an organization’s sales, property, and payroll factors. We will look at the state variations and anomalies surrounding apportionment factor composition that may help reduce these three factors. To prevent missed opportunities, join us as we explore how the distinctions and disparities can potentially work to your organization’s advantage.

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