EY Tax webcast
State tax implications of federal tax reform
Featured topic of this quarter’s Domestic tax webcast series
This webcast is currently being prepared for on-demand viewing and will be available on this site soon.
Many multistate and multinational corporations find it challenging to keep up with frequent changes in the state and local tax legislative and regulatory environments.
To help address this challenge, Ernst & Young LLP presents its Domestic tax quarterly webcast series: a focus on state tax matters. The state tax edition of this quarterly series provides you with information on major tax law changes in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as on current state and local tax topics of interest.
This webcast will feature a discussion on the state tax implications of federal tax reform. The panelists will highlight key state income tax issues, including conformity issues, the transition tax, anti-base erosion provisions, and interest expense limitations. The panelists also will discuss the impact federal tax reform will have on state tax credit provisions and employment tax.
Other topics that will be covered during this webcast include:
- Our assessment of 2017’s Top 10 state and local tax developments
- Key state and local payroll tax developments from 2017
- State tax outlook for 2018
- An update covering major judicial and administrative developments at the state level
This is an interactive webcast and we encourage you to ask questions.
- Keith Anderson, Indirect, State and Local Tax, Ernst & Young LLP, Dallas, TX
- Rebecca Bertothy, Indirect, State and Local Tax, Ernst & Young LLP, Washington, DC
- Debby Salam, Indirect, State and Local Tax, Ernst & Young LLP, Houston, TX
- Steve Tozier, Indirect, State and Local Tax, Ernst & Young LLP, McLean, VA
- Steve Wlodychak, Indirect, State and Local Tax, Ernst & Young LLP, Washington, DC