Webcast: Multistate Taxation (WBMST116)
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When: 07/25/2016
9:30 AM until 5:30 PM
Where: Webcast
United States
Presenter: Pamela Davis-Vaughn, CPA

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Acronym WBMST116
CPE 8 hours
Vendor AICPA
Level Intermediate
Prerequisite Experience in corporate taxation
Who should attend Experienced accountants and private industry managers
Members $249
CPA Non-Members $319

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Multistate taxation has become one of the hottest areas in the tax arena. The recent decline in state revenues and the increased audit activity by the states means both increased problems and opportunities. Mastering both the theoretical disputes and the “nuts and bolts” of compliance is essential to success. Gain the skills necessary to navigate through this maze of multistate corporate taxation. Develop a working knowledge of both multistate tax compliance and related planning opportunities. Focus on the essentials of multistate corporate income taxation as well as the apportionment and allocation of partnership, LLC, and corporate income taxes. Through this course, you will not only solidify the basic principles, but you will also receive the latest updates on economic and affiliate nexus, the impact of e-commerce and internet and other laws, regulations, and court cases. Develop basic approaches to state income tax planning and gain crucial insight about industry-specific state laws.


When you complete this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the key principles of multistate taxation

  • Assess the impact of the latest nexus issues, laws, regulations, and court cases

  • Identify the effects of multistate activity

  • Distinguish deductible from non-deductible state income taxes

  • Gain insight into state tax laws affecting specific industries

  • Distinguish differences between apportionment and allocation of income

  • Develop basic approaches to state income tax planning with emphasis on the latest developments in economic nexus


  • Constitutional limits and P.L. 86-272

  • Nexus, UDITPA, MTC

  • State modification

  • Apportionment and allocation

  • Non-business income

  • Net operating losses