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Kathryn Michaelis Presents at State Tax Luncheon for Small and Mid-Size Businesses on June 20
Kathryn Michaelis Presents at State Tax Luncheon for Small and Mid-Size Businesses on June 20

June 20, 2013

Join Kathryn Michaelis of Rath, Young & Pignatelli, P.C. and Merrill Barter of Baker Newman Noyes on June 20, 2013 for a lunch discussion for small and mid-size businesses at the Hanover Street Chophouse in Manchester.

With New Hampshire businesses engaging in an increasing amount of multistate transactions and online sales, and with the Congressional debate over the Marketplace Fairness Act, owners are facing complex issues regarding whether their business has multiple state tax filing obligations.  Kathryn Michaelis and Merrill Barter will highlight:

  • What activities create a filing obligation in another state and for which state taxes;
  • How a business can minimize state tax exposure if it is not currently meeting its filing obligations; and
  • Business practices that should be in place to ensure that it is compliant on a going-forward basis.

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