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Federal changes can trigger the need to file a significant amount of amended state returns, often in a short period of time. Gaining an understanding of the current state landscape relating to these events can help alleviate challenges your tax department may experience with this mandatory compliance. This webinar will discuss the impact on state income tax returns of federal changes resulting from IRS audits and federal amended returns. Our experts will explore various state interpretations of final determinations, filing requirements, and filing strategies.

Discussion topics will include: 

  • Defining final determination for state purposes
  • Challenges taxpayers face when preparing amended returns, including multiple filings, risks of not filing, and determination of starting point
  • Recent developments related to state filing of federal changes   

Additional Information:

Cost: There is no cost to attend

Credits: 1.0 available*

Field of Study: Taxes

Course Level: Intermediate level program

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Prerequisites: Previous experience in corporate tax

Advanced Preparation: None

Who should attend? This webinar is intended for corporate income tax professionals who are responsible for any aspect of the state income tax compliance function. Practitioners and representatives from state/provincial and local tax agencies and service providers are not eligible to attend this seminar unless invited by DMA as presenters.

Attendees of this webinar will: (1) gain knowledge of the fundamentals of the impact of federal changes on the state income filing function, (2) understand how this knowledge is applied in practice, and (3) learn jurisdictional differences in defining final determinations and filing requirements. Attendees will also be made aware of any recent updates related to reporting the federal changes.

Refunds and Cancellations: Programs are presented free of charge. For more information regarding administrative policies such as refund, complaint, and/or program cancellation, please contact [email protected].

* You will need to participate in 50+ minutes for each hour of instruction, answer all poll questions, and complete the post-webinar survey.

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