LLCs and LLPs: Navigating Variable State Tax Treatment
Responding to Latest Changes in LLC Taxation, Non-Resident Withholding, Entity Level Tax, Etc.
Recording of a 110-minute CPE webinar with Q&A
This teleconference will brief state tax advisors and multi-state business taxpayers on what to expect with differing state tax policies regarding limited liability companies and limited liability partnerships. The panel will prepare advisors to work more effectively with multiple state or local agencies and to identify potential problems as well as opportunities.
- State conformity to federal pass-through treatment
- Nexus implications
- Apportionment issues
- Trends in information reporting
- Withholding taxes
- Entity-level taxes
The panel will explore these and other relevant topics:
- How closely different states follow or depart somewhat from the federal check-the-box regulations.
- Examples of state income and non-income taxation of LLCs and LLPs.
- The trend toward required withholding on income shares of non-resident partners.
- Pitfalls and opportunities arising from different states' treatment in areas such as non-income taxes and asset transfers.
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Baker Tilly Virchow Krause
He has worked with clients on a broad range of state income issues, including the multi-state treatment of C and S... | Read More
He has worked with clients on a broad range of state income issues, including the multi-state treatment of C and S corporations, partnerships, LLCs and other entities. He is a nationally recognized expert on state income tax treatment of disregarded and pass-through entities.Close
William T. Thistle, II
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings
He practices primarily in the areas of federal and state and local taxation. A significant portion of his practice is... | Read More
He practices primarily in the areas of federal and state and local taxation. A significant portion of his practice is dedicated to the representation of taxpayers in all phases of federal and state and local tax controversy, including audit assistance, administrative hearings and litigation.Close
Carolyn Joy Lee
She has extensive experience in state and local taxation, both transactional and in controversies. Her transactional... | Read More
She has extensive experience in state and local taxation, both transactional and in controversies. Her transactional practice encompasses planning for corporate mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, and LLCs; structured finance; asset sales and acquisitions; internal structuring for issues of nexus; combination and apportionment; and state and local tax planning for high net worth individuals.Close