State Property Taxes and Incentives: Lowering Assessments, PILOT Agreements, California Prop 13
A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A
This webinar will discuss property tax assessments, exemptions, and incentives for SALT professionals working with taxpayers in multiple states. Our panel of state tax experts will discuss the types of property subject to tax, PILOT agreements offered in many states, California's Proposition 13, and strategies to reduce the amount of tax assessed by states and localities.
- Types of property subject to tax
- Real property and improvements
- State incentives
- PILOTs (payments in lieu of taxes)
- Market value
- California's Proposition 13
- State determinations
- Reducing the tax assessment
The panel will cover these and other key issues:
- Types of property subject to property tax
- State-specific property tax exemptions and incentives
- When and how to appeal a real property tax assessment
- Caveats of California's Proposition 13
James L. Cunningham, Jr.
Founder, CEO, and Lead Attorney
As a second-generation California attorney now in his third decade of practice, Mr. Cunningham and the firm he founded... | Read More
As a second-generation California attorney now in his third decade of practice, Mr. Cunningham and the firm he founded have helped thousands of families and individuals plan their estates—and preserve their legacies.Close
Jeffrey S. Reed
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton
Mr. Reed chairs the firm's State and Local Tax Practice. He helps tax directors, business owners, and individuals... | Read More
Mr. Reed chairs the firm's State and Local Tax Practice. He helps tax directors, business owners, and individuals manage state and local tax risks and exposure, including assessing the strength of corporate tax positions, evaluating whether charges are subject to sales tax, and representing taxpayers in disputes with revenue agencies throughout the U.S. He brings a practical, pragmatic approach to state and local taxation, one that takes into account reserve considerations, legal and administrative guidance, and anticipated revenue agency responses. He is particularly experienced with New York and Massachusetts tax controversies, corporate tax planning, assessing the anticipated state tax consequences of mergers and acquisitions, and analyzing the taxability of electronic commerce and emerging business models. He has resolved disputes with most tax agencies in the United States, and also has broad experience with IRS audits and appeals, and unclaimed property.Close
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