2022 New York State Tax Update
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Thursday, September 22, 2022
8:30 am – 4:45 pm EDT (including a 60-min. break)
Jeffrey S. Reed
Lance Rothenberg, J.D., LL.M.
Karen J. Tenenbaum
New York Tax Trends
Hot topics and trends
Legislative and budget update
New York Business Entities Tax Update
NYS pass-through entity tax
NYC pass-through entity tax
Public Law 86-272 update
New York Personal Income Tax Update
Domicile and statutory residency
Taxation of vacation homes
Convenience of employer rule
New York Litigation Update
Division of tax appeals and tax appeals tribunal cases
Court of appeals and appellate division cases
False Claims Act cases
Sales and Use Tax Update
Sales and use tax nuts and bolts
Responsible person status – personal liability
Nexus and Wayfair update
Economic Development, Business Expansion and
Job Creation—New York State Incentives
Overview of New York State tax incentive programs
Tax increment financing (TIF)
Workforce development incentive programs
New York State Tax Collections
Liens and warrants
Bank account levies
Installment payment plans
Drivers’ license suspensions
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8.0 CPE Hours
8.0 NY CLE Hours
Continuing Education Credit Information
This webinar is open to the public and offers accountants 8.0 CPE credit hours (based on 50-minute hours) of intermediate-level CPE credits in the area of taxation. Prior knowledge in state taxation is beneficial, and no advance preparation is recommended.
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Jeffrey S. ReedChair of the State and Local Tax Practice at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP, in the New York City office
Mr. Reed concentrates his practice on state tax controversies, planning and unclaimed property. A former litigator for the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Mr. Reed has represented clients in state tax controversy matters in over 30 states and has obtained favorable letter rulings for clients in several different jurisdictions. He regularly advises on the constitutionality of state tax positions, the availability of exemptions and incentives, and how to source revenue streams for state corporate income tax and sales tax purposes. He has handled New York qui tam (whistleblower) lawsuit litigation and received widespread acclaim for arguing and winning the closely-watched IT USA, Inc. case before the New York Tax Appeals Tribunal. Besides state tax, Mr. Reed also devotes a significant part of his practice to unclaimed property. In the federal tax area, Mr. Reed has favorably resolved IRS audits and has successfully represented taxpayers in appeals conferences before the IRS Office of Appeals. Mr. Reed is the author of “The Reed Report,” a State Tax Notes column. He also writes a “Shop Talk” column for the Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives. He is the former editor in chief of the State and Local Tax Lawyer and is on the State and Local Tax Executive Committees for both the American Bar Association and the New York City Bar Association.
Lance E. RothenbergPartner at Rothenberg Tax Law, LLC, in the Greater New York City Metropolitan Area
Rothenberg Tax Law is a boutique law firm with a niche focus in federal and state tax controversy and multistate state and local tax consulting. Mr. Rothenberg is the former Practice Leader for Tax Controversy Services for a top 15 accounting firm. He represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service and various state revenue departments, with special expertise in matters before the New York Department of Taxation and Finance, the New York City Finance Department, and the New Jersey Division of Taxation. Among other areas, he specializes in residency taxation, sales and use taxation, responsible person assessment defense, remote worker taxation, and multistate nexus analyses, as well as tax audits and appeals for businesses and business owners. He is a frequent lecturer and author on numerous tax topics, and he genuinely enjoys his work assisting clients from high-net-worth individuals to smaller mom/pop operations with their tax entanglements.
Nate Strand is a tax attorney in New York City; he deals with issues such as tax audits and back taxes as well as general tax filing advice. Mr. Strand is a graduate of Tulane University, where he worked as an academic research assistant. He is licensed in New York and Louisiana.
Karen J. Tenenbaum
Karen J. Tenenbaum is a partner at Tenenbaum Law, P.C. An attorney for over 35 years, she founded Tenenbaum Law, P.C., providing legal counsel to individuals and businesses facing IRS and New York State tax problems. Ms. Tenenbaum and her team have successfully represented clients in matters including Federal and State Audits, IRS Appeals and NYS Conciliation Conferences, Federal and NYS Collection Issues, including Liens, Levies, Warrants and Seizures, Offers in Compromise, Installment Agreements, Responsible Officer Assessments, NYS Residency Audits, NYS Driver’s License Suspension, and NYS Voluntary Disclosures. She is a frequent speaker on IRS and NYS tax issues for numerous professional groups on topics such as New York State Residency, IRS and NYS Collections, and more. Her knowledge and leadership have established her as a leading tax attorney in the NY area, and she was selected by her peers for inclusion in the New York Super Lawyers as a practitioner in Tax Law for the past 5 years.
Moshe ZupnickLaw clerk at Tenenbaum Law, P.C., in Melville, NY
Mr. Zupnick represents individuals and business entities in tax controversy matters involving Federal and New York State audit and collection issues. He received his J.D. from Cardozo School of Law.