The NYU School of Professional Studies is hosting its Introduction to State and Local Taxation Conference. This two day conference in the heart of Manhattan will provide attendees with the key concepts of state corporate income tax AND state sales and use tax. This conference is perfect for those who are new to SALT or those looking to brush up on the foundational concepts. 

From July 24-25 in New York City, hear from state and local tax leaders as they describe fundamental concepts and practical applications of state corporate income tax and sales taxation. Topics include:

  • Sales and Use Taxation Fundamentals
    • Differences between Sales and Use Taxes
    • Sales tax exemptions and administration
    • Sales taxation of services and digital products
    • Marketplace facilitator tax requirements
  • Corporate Income Taxation Fundamentals
    • Determining the corporate income tax base
    • Allocation and apportionment
    • Separate, Consolidated, and Combined Reporting
    • The Unitary Business Principle
  • Gross Receipts Taxes
  • State Tax Research Tools, Tips and Tricks
  • And more…

We hope to see you there! For more information or to register, click here.