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MULTISTATE OVERVIEW OF ABANDONED PROPERTY LAWS ACROSS THE US

Cost Free   CPE Credits 1.5 hours   Subject Area Taxes  Course Level Basic  Instructional Method Group Internet Based  Prerequisites None  Advanced Preparation None  Who should attend? CFO / Controller
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Series: CFOs and Controllers, Taxes 
Course Description

In this webinar, you’ll learn how abandoned property is classified throughout the U.S., the key requirements of state abandoned property laws, and what to expect during an abandoned property audit.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:


  • Define (and recognize) abandoned property

  • Compare and contrast abandoned property laws across the U.S., including: a) How abandoned property is classified b) When you are obligated to contact the property owners c) Identify the “dormancy period” for various categories of abandoned property d) What communication qualifies as a “contact” e) How gift certificates are treated

  • Identify strategies for monitoring abandoned property

  • List the typical issues that arise in an abandoned property audit

  • Evaluate the pros and cons of voluntary disclosure programs

Hodgsonruss

Joe counsels clients on a wide range of state and local taxation issues and represents taxpayers in disputes with the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance and the New York City Department of Finance. His practice focuses on personal income tax and residency matters as well as sales and use tax issues with a focus in the technology industry (software as a service, cloud computing, digital products, etc.). Finally, He counsels clients on their abandoned property obligations. He is the Abandoned Property Audits Practice leader and has represented large corporations in complex compliance matters such as multi-state abandoned property audits and voluntary disclosures.

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About Our Presenter

Hodgsonruss
At Hodgson Russ, value means giving you more. That starts with combining experienced, innovative legal representation with a sophisticated understanding of — and respect for — our clients’ businesses. As one of the nation’s oldest law firms, with roots tracing back to 1817, we’ve been providing our brand of value to clients for longer than many firms have been in existence. Isn’t it time to expect more from your law firm?