You're Invited to Learn How to Reduce Uncertainty and Account for State Income Taxes (FAS 109 and FIN 48)
For those of you who live and work in the Richmond, Virginia area or will be in town, I would like to invite you to attend Ernst & Young, LLP's Annual Update on ASC 740 on September 22, 2011. The event info is provided below.
I will be speaking and providing a State Income Tax Update as part of the seminar. My update will focus on uncertain state tax positions (the growing problem and potential solutions), and recent state tax developments that impact accounting for state income taxes (FAS 109 and FIN 48).
Accounting for Income Taxes
Ernst & Young's annual update on ASC 740
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Wyndham Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center
1000 Virginia Center Parkway
Glen Allen, Virginia 23059
7:45 am to 8:30 am - Registration, breakfast and networking
8:30 am to 3:30 pm - Program (lunch provided)
Please join us on Thursday, September 22nd for Ernst & Young Richmond's 7th annual Accounting for Income Taxes update. Sample topics include:
- Uncertain tax positions
- Tax accounting for U.S. multinationals
- Business combinations
- Tax function innovation
There is no cost to attend, and attendance will qualify you for CPE credits.
Registration link: http://response.ey.com/CSG3/?2011_ASC_740
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Brian Strahle is the owner of LEVERAGE SALT, LLC where he provides state and local tax technical services to accounting firms, law firms and tax research organizations across the United States. He also writes a weekly column in Tax Analysts State Tax Notes entitled, "The SALT Effect." For more info, visit his website: www.leveragestateandlocaltax.com
You can reach Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because state and local taxes are deceptively simple and endlessly complicated.