A California Court of Appeal found that because the taxpayer did not file proper notice with the California Board of Equalization (BOE), the limitation on the number of years the county assessor can levy retroactive escape assessments did not apply. The taxpayer’s 2006 merger constituted a change in ownership triggering reporting requirements to the BOE.
Eversheds Sutherland is proud to sponsor the State and Local Tax Controversy Program, an essential 2-day event for in-house tax professionals, and part of the Tax Executives Institute’s Audits and Appeals Annual Seminar.
Hear from clients, judges and state AGs; and discuss best practices and tactics to navigate your way through tax controversies in 2019.…
Eversheds Sutherland’s SALT team was pleased to sponsor the Council on State Taxation (COST) Regional Meeting (Mid-Atlantic) at the lovely Capital One facility in McLean, VA on August, 29, 2018.
Panel highlights included:
- Jeff Friedman and Liz Cha presenting on State Tax Cases and Issues to Watch
- Michele Borens presenting on Sales Taxation in
Eversheds Sutherland was delighted to sponsor and lead the two days of TEI’s Audit and Appeals seminar focused on State and Local Tax Controversy (May 2 – 3, 2018). Over the past two days, the conference featured unique and practical content including:
Industry Perspective on SALT Tax Controversy
Moderated by Jeff Friedman, this discussion demonstrated…