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Posted by Ann Brown on Fri, Dec 18, 2020 @ 05:03 PM

New England State And Local Tax Forum – SALTThe 9th Annual New England State & Local Tax Forum took place online and ran through November 17-19, 2020. Due to the unprecedented year we are having due to COVID-19, the Forum’s Joint Boards made the decision to convert the 2020 live conference in Newton to a virtual conference. This year the Forum was held over three consecutive afternoons for 2 hours each day. Each year, the Forum provides the opportunity to learn about new developments in the area of tax law.

Ann Brown, Senior Tax Manager and a Member of the New England State and Local Tax (SALT) Practice, co-hosted a session titled, “Top Issues in New England SALT.” This session highlighted the top legislative, judicial, and administrative tax developments during the past year in the six New England states.

As with last year, this session addressed each of these highlights through a multistate issue approach, identifying key trends, and comparisons among the New England states. 

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Ann Brown is a Senior Tax Manager in the New England State and Local Tax Practice. She can be reached at ann.brown@cbiz.com or 617.761.0658.

 

 

 

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