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2015 Texas Margin Tax

If you offer financial, legal or tax advice to entities doing business in Texas, don't miss UT Law’s 2015 Texas Margin Tax Conference. This year’s conference covers the latest developments from the 84th Legislature and reviews recent case law. The program is designed to be informative and interactive, and features Ask the Auditors and Ask Tax Policy sessions in which your questions get answered by Comptroller senior personnel who administer the margin tax. Gain practical insights from the tax experts who are tackling typical and tough real-world issues, including COGS, apportionment, constitutional challenges, franchise tax credits, combined reporting, ethical concerns and more. more




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2011 Texas Margin Tax

If you offer financial, legal or tax advice to entities doing business in Texas, you don't want to miss this definitive, practical "how to" conference. The program is designed to answer questions and offer practical insights into how experts are working with typical and tough real-world issues including COGS, nexus and apportionment, applying the margin tax to entities, litigating tax disputes in district court and more. The 2011 program features unique opportunities to interact with and ask questions of key staff from the Comptroller's office during the Franchise Tax Audits and Ask the Tax Policy Experts panels, and provides an update on recent legislative developments and a look to the future of the margin tax. more



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2010 Texas Margin Tax

If you offer financial, legal, or tax advice to entities doing business in Texas, you won't want to miss this definitive, practical "how to" conference. From calculating the taxable margin and determining who bears the burden, you'll get practical advice on real world issues including COGS, revenue, planning structures and the audit process. This program is designed to answer questions and offer practical insights into how experts are working with typical and tough issues including special considerations for manufacturing; construction and oil and gas industries; and real estate and passive entities. The program closes with a 1-hour Q&A panel with key staff from the Comptroller's office. more



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2008 Texas Margin Tax

If you offer financial, legal, or tax advice to entities doing business in Texas, you won't want to miss this definitive, practical "how to" conference. From calculating the taxable margin and illustrating what's at stake to the top ten filing and reporting issues, you'll get practical advice on real world issues including revenue, CGS, apportionment, control issues, and more. This program is designed to answer questions and offer practical insights into how experts are working with typical and tough issues. It includes a special "Bringing it all together" session to close Thursday, a luncheon on how big and small businesses are treated, and a closing 1.5 hour Q&A panel with key staff from the Comptroller's office. more



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2007 Texas Margin Tax

If you offer financial, legal or tax advice to entities doing business in Texas, you won't want to miss this definitive "how-to" conference! Combined reporting, working with unitary issues, revenue issues, the statutory language in HB3, special compensation issues, unique reporting complexities—it’s all here. Friday’s program offers practical, hands-on strategies: a workshop on preparing the return (including the combined return), a Q&A with the Comptroller’s Office, and a discussion on the changes in the Comptroller’s hearing process. more



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2006 Texas Margin Tax

The New Texas Margin Tax conference brings together lawyers and accountants for the definitive program on how to practice effectively under the new Texas margin tax. more