Save-the-Date: Ohio State & Local Tax Conference November 10. Get this conference on your calendar before you forget!

Save-the-Date: Ohio State & Local Tax Conference November 10

Critical state and local tax updates in time for tax season!

Don’t miss your chance to hear from Chief Counsel for the Ohio Department of Taxation, Matthew H. Chafin, to find out what the Ohio Department of Taxation has in store for next tax season, as well as leading state and local tax practitioners. How is Ohio combatting identity theft and fraud? What is the impact from the Department’s changes to the direct pay permit holder program? Is the Department getting more aggressive on residency determinations? How does the Department’s expansive interpretation of electronic information services affect your business? Find out at the 4th Annual Ohio State & Local Tax Conference on Nov. 10! Also joining us will be Laura Stanley, Legal Counsel – Sales and Use Tax Business Tax Division for the Department.

The University of Akron’s George W. Daverio School of Accountancy is teaming up again with The Ohio Society of CPAs to bring you this full-day event – the region’s most comprehensive state and local tax conference. You will gain useful insights and advanced planning techniques concerning Ohio and multistate taxes from leading practitioners, including:

      Steve Dimengo, J.D., CPA, MT, Partner, Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC

      Bill Nolan, J.D., CPA, Executive Director – State and Local Tax, Ernst & Young

      Thomas Cristel, CPA, Director – State and Local Tax, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

      Richard Fry, J.D. MT, Partner, Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC and Chair of the Ohio State Bar Association Taxation Committee

The conference includes a variety of breakout sessions geared towards both multistate corporations, and privately-held businesses and their owners. Several Ohio Supreme Court cases have been decided, including Corrigan v. Testa and Renacci v. Testa – and perhaps a decision regarding the constitutionality of the commercial activity tax’s factor presence nexus standard in Newegg, Inc., et al. v. Testa. You need to know how these cases and other developments will affect your business or clients.


Don’t wait! Register Now!