Freda to Speak on New York State & Local Tax
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Ray Freda will be presenting Basic Tax for Individuals and Businesses Coming into New York on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. This program is designed to provide practitioners with a basic framework for understanding the various state and local taxes that both individuals and business will be subject to when establishing a presence in New York. For practitioners representing individual clients, the course will cover the current income tax implications of residency as well as longer-term estate tax consequences. For practitioners representing businesses, the course will cover the myriad of direct and indirect tax obligations that arise when doing business in the Empire State. In addition, time will be devoted to discussing some of the State and City credit and incentive programs, including the well-publicized “Start-Up NY” program.
Raymond Freda has over 18 years of experience in state and local tax and advising clients with respect to income/franchise, capital, gross receipts, sales and use, property, employment and other state industry specific excise taxes. He has extensive transactional experience including sell side tax planning and EBITDA enhancement, due diligence, state tax structuring, transfer tax analysis and remediation and post-acquisition integration and planning. In addition, Raymond leads a dedicated tax litigation practice which represents clients at various state administrative tax adjudicatory forums. Raymond’s individual tax services include residency planning (in bound/out bound), audit defense and litigation.
December 8, 2015
New York, NY