The State Income Tax School II builds on the fundamental state income tax concepts and is intended for those with some income tax experience. The curriculum provides a review of basic principles and focuses on advanced issues.
Ryan's Mark L. Nachbar, Principal and William Pardue, Principal, from State Income and Franchise Tax practice, will be speaking at the Institute for Professionals in Taxation – University of Connecticut (UCONN) School of Law – State Income Tax School II.
Mark L. Nachbar, Principal, State Income and Franchise Tax
- Complex Problems in Combined Reporting and Advanced Return Mechanics
- Case Study: Combined Reporting
William Pardue, Principal, State Income and Franchise Tax
- Nonbusiness Income: Recent Cases and Remaining Questions
- Unitary Business: Core Theory and Recent Applications
- Case Study: Differences Between Unitary and Nonbusiness