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Alicia Depler

Effective in 2015, New York adopted mandatory combined reporting. New Jersey followed suit not long after, requiring taxpayers to file combined returns beginning with the 2019 tax year. In some ways, the respective New York and New Jersey approaches are quite similar. But there are also key differences.  

In this webinar, lawyers from Reed Smith’s State Tax Team will summarize those similarities and differences in the ultimate faceoff of Northeastern taxing jurisdictions. In particular, the speakers will highlight taxpayer-friendly provisions and potential refund opportunities in each state. Neither state has adopted final combined reporting regulations, so the speakers will address not only the relevant tax codes, but also each revenue department’s informal policies.

CLE/CPE credit will be offered at no charge. Topics will include:

  • Group elections and composition
  • Net operating losses
  • Credits
  • Sourcing of service receipts
  • Special apportionment and equitable relief
  • Partnerships

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