The recently enacted federal CARES Act makes significant changes to the I.R.C., including rolling back certain limitations on NOL utilization and increasing the interest expense limitation in I.R.C. § 163(j). Because of states’ differing rules on NOLs and conformity to the I.R.C., the CARES Act’s changes to the federal rules will have varying SALT implications.

Join Eversheds Sutherland to discuss the issues employers should be cognizant of as they prepare their response to employees around Coronavirus. SALT Partner Charlie Kearns will be joined by Mary Monahan, Marlene Williams and Laura Taylor on March 26 at 12 pm ET.

Bringing together perspectives from employment law, tax, and employee benefits lawyers, participants

Join us on March 18 at 12 pm ET for a webcast providing an overview of sales and use tax laws imposed on marketplaces. Nearly every state has enacted a marketplace collection statute, but there are many variations. This webcast will provide an overview of marketplace collection statutes, and describe their similarities and differences.

CLE

This year’s TEI Audits & Appeals: State and Local Tax Controversy Program focuses on issues and practical techniques to resolve state tax controversies at the audit level. Sessions include:

  • Panel of state tax judges from around the country, moderated by Professor Richard Pomp
  • Negotiation strategies led by an expert negotiator
  • Writing workshop focused on protests

The Colorado Department of Revenue will hold a stakeholder work group to discuss a draft sales tax rule that will “clarify the Department’s treatment of digital goods as tangible personal property.”  In advance of the meeting, the Department has prepared a draft rule.  Interested parties can attend the work group meeting on March 4,