Upcoming Event: Stewart Weintraub to Participate in ABA Tax Section Panel discussing State and Local Tax Issues Regarding Sale of a Business

  by Stewart Weintraub

I am pleased to share with you that I will be speaking at the upcoming meeting of the ABA Tax Section State & Local Tax Committee, in Boston MA.  The panel presentation is titled: “Selling Your Business: Where’s Our Share?  State Taxes on the Sale of an Interstate Business or Subsidiary,”.

From AmericanBar.org:

“The panel will discuss the key SALT issues that arise from the sale of a business or a subsidiary, including stock sales that are treated as asset sales under IRC Section 338. The panel will review how these transactions were treated under UDITPA’s business income definition and under current state laws that vary from UDITPA, including a discussion of the key cases and pending litigation.  The panel will also address apportionment factor treatment, including pending changes in apportionment definitions and rules under consideration by the Multistate Tax Commission and how they might impact how proceeds from the sale of a business or subsidiary would be treated.”

The ABA Section of Taxation and the Trust and Estate Law Division of the ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law holds the 2012 Joint Fall CLE Meeting to bring attorneys together to discuss important tax policies, regulations and future expectations within the trust and estate practice.

If you are interested, I hope you will attend my panel. You may register at this link here.


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