PICPA thanks the attendees and speakers of the 2017
Multistate Tax Conference!

A BIG round of applause to these organizations for being represented by multiple team members at the conference:

Cappelletti Pinter & Company
CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Eversheds Sutherland LLP

Grant Thornton LLP
MacAlpine Carll & Company LLC
Marcum LLP

Snyder & Clemente
United Refrigeration Inc.
Wind River Holdings LP




Multistate Tax Articles

  • Getting Off on the Right Foot with Form PA-100

    In the past, Liability Lessons has examined the teamwork required when multiple professions and disciplines interact with a single client. In this column, the focus is on team play at a very specific moment in the life of a business: the moment of conception. This is a particularly sensitive moment from the standpoint of professional risk.
  • Are Computer Services Subject to Sales Tax ... Again?

    The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (DOR) released two separate letter rulings during 2017 that provide guidance on the sales and use tax treatment of information retrieval services and support services related to computer software. The DOR concluded that both are subject to tax based on its interpretation of Act 84, the budgetary legislation enacted in July 2016. These rulings are concerning, since it is questionable whether DOR’s positions are consistent with the statute and the legislative intent of Pennsylvania lawmakers.

Related Podcasts

Nexus, Other Trends in Multistate Taxes

Nexus always seems to be a big topic for CPAs who must deal with multistate tax issues. In addition to nexus, listen to Tim Billow, CPA and tax planning and research manager with Highmark Health, briefly explain the latest on apportionment and combined reporting. Those topics, and more, were discussed at PICPA’s 2017 Multistate Tax Conference.

A Look Back at the 2017 Agenda

Oct. 24 | Malvern or Webcast
  • Multistate Sales Tax

  • Pennsylvania State and Local Taxes – What's New?

  • SALT Scoreboard: A Year in Review
  • State Administrators Update and Current Tax Developments

  • Trends in Multistate Taxation Panel