State & Local Tax: Strategies for Starting and Doing Business in Multiple States
Today, companies are challenged to determine state tax obligations across 50 states, plus countless local jurisdictions. To make things even more complex, no two state tax laws are exactly alike which can result in a company finding itself out of compliance.
As your business expands by either employees or clients, it’s critically important that you have a clear understanding of your tax responsibilities to avoid costly consequences.
During this event, we’ll help you:
- Understand the state tax impact of having a remote workforce and customers in other states
- Learn the different state tax obligations for starting/doing business in other states
- Gain knowledge of the cost of starting/doing business in other states
- Review SALT Reminders, Remedies, and Recent Developments
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About the Presenters:
Karen J. Poist, CPA | Director, State & Local Tax
As a Director of SN’s State and Local Tax (SALT) Practice Area, Karen applies her significant taxation expertise to guide clients through the increasingly complex SALT environment, including tax consulting, compliance, and resolution.
Over her 30+ years working in the accounting industry, Karen has developed a deep working knowledge of corporate taxation, including a specialized focus in state and local sales and use tax, state and local income tax, audit representation, tax planning, consulting, due diligence and mergers and acquisitions.
Kimberley Tarnakow, CPA | Director, Tax
Kim partners with clients in federal and state tax compliance and consulting, working across many industries and entity types. She spends much of her time focusing in the State and Local tax area, including income tax implications of multi-state entities, sales and use tax consulting, business licenses, and unclaimed property compliance and reporting. Throughout her career, she has assisted clients in mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, and complex entity structures.