Are You Prepared to Help Your Business Clients with the New Rules?
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On June 21, 2018 the United States Supreme Court changed the rules for the collection of sales tax by internet-based retailers. The Supreme Court asserts that states now can require online retailers to collect state sales tax on their sales. If your customers are selling on the Internet to states, they will now have to be aware of which states in fact enacted laws requiring the collection of sales tax by online sellers. Don't miss out on this vital guide that will go over the Court's decision, how states are responding, what this means for small businesses and so much more! Order today!
Session Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern
Presenter: Matthew C. Boch and Ilya Lipin
MATTHEW C. BOCH is a member of Dover Dixon Horne PLLC. Mr. Boch advises clients on navigating state and local tax issues and leveraging economic development incentives to further their business goals. He works closely with individuals and companies in an array of industries, providing legal counsel on a range of tax and incentives matters. Mr. Boch is experienced in all major tax types: sales and use taxes, income taxes, property taxes, and miscellaneous taxes. He guides clients through all the stages of tax controversies, from the point of an initial audit, through administrative appeals, and on to litigation when necessary. He advises companies on tax planning and compliance as well. As a leader in the field, Mr. Boch frequently publishes and presents on tax and incentive issues to national and local organizations and publications. Within the state, he chairs the Arkansas Tax Advisory Council; serves as secretary of the Arkansas Bar Association's Section of Taxation; authors the Arkansas Tax and Incentives Update blog published by Dover Dixon Horne; authors the Bloomberg BNA Arkansas Corporate Income Tax Navigator and Arkansas Pass-Through Entity Navigator; and co-authors the Arkansas chapter of the American Bar Association's Sales Tax Deskbook. At the multistate level, Mr. Boch serves as an assistant editor of the Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives and as a member of the Executive Committee for state and local taxes for the American Bar Association's Tax Section. He is licensed to practice in Arkansas and Illinois; and also before the U.S. Tax Court. Mr. Boch earned his B.A., magna cum laude, and J.D. degrees from Harvard University.
ILYA LIPIN is a State and Local Tax Manager (SALT) with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP in Philadelphia. He provides clients with state tax advice in the area of multistate income taxes, sales and use taxes, tax controversy, compliance, and various SALT aspects that arise from M&A transactions. Mr. Lipin is a member of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts and American bar associations and is an active member of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and American Bar Association (ABA) Tax Sections. He serves as a chair for the Philadelphia Bar Association SALT Committee, as an Editor-in-Chief for the Midwest Law Journal, as an Editor for the ABA SALT Committee ConNexus Newsletter and Pennsylvania Bar Association Tax Law Section Newsletter. Additionally, Mr. Lipin regularly publishes articles in the national tax journals, law reviews, and various professional publications. He received his B.A. degree from Drew University, J.D. degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School, LL.M. degree in Taxation from Villanova University School of Law, M.B.A. degree from Villanova University, LL.M. degree in Trial Advocacy from Temple University and SALT Certificate from Georgetown University Law Center.
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