2018 was an eventful year in the SALT world. Not only did the US Supreme Court issue its landmark sales tax nexus decision in Wayfair, but taxpayers and states alike had to come to grips with the SALT implications of federal tax reform. This webcast will explore the implications of Wayfair, federal tax reform (from a SALT perspective) and noteworthy SALT cases from 2018.
• To learn about how the Wayfair decision affects your clients’ sales/use tax collection and payment obligations
• To understand the SALT implications of federal tax reform
• To learn about how other SALT cases from 2018, both income tax and sales/use tax, will affect your client’s filing and reporting positions
Jordan M. Goodman
Jordan M. Goodman co-chairs Horwood Marcus & Berk's State and Local Tax Group and resolves state and local tax controversies for multistate and multinational corporations, including Fortune 1000 clients with complex operations, in industries such as manufacturing, retailing, financial services, e-tailing, broadcasting and telecommunications. As both an attorney and a CPA, Jordan has a comprehensive view of tax planning issues and strategies. His experience and education enable him to deliver a creative, complete and practical approach to limiting the full range of tax exposures. He was recently elected as a fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America, an invitation only trial lawyers honorary society that includes less than one-half of one percent of American Lawyers.
David A. Hughes is a partner in Horwood Marcus & Berk's State and Local Tax Group and advises clients on how to structure their business to reduce their state and local tax liabilities. David also defends clients in audits, administrative proceedings and court against state and local tax assessments. David has represented clients in over 30 states and has advised clients on income tax, sales/use tax, franchise tax, and unclaimed property matters, including matters involving nexus, apportionment, business income, unitary business groups, credits, losses, exemptions, and the tax base. David has represented clients in many industries, including manufacturing, retailing, leasing, telecommunications, logistics, marketing, and transportation. David has argued cases at the Illinois Supreme Court, the Illinois Appellate Court and the New York Supreme Court (Appellate Division).