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Finding Your Way – A Roadmap to Multistate Taxation

Posted on July 18, 2016 by

Margaret Amsden

Margaret Amsden

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On July 14, Clayton & McKervey Shareholder Margaret Amsden participated in a website produced by Dickinson Wright. View the recording of Finding Your Way – A Roadmap to Multistate Taxation, where determining when and where you are taxable, how to apportion activity, the types of state and local taxes that may apply, employees living and working in different states and voluntary disclosure remedies were discussed.

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Margaret Amsden

Shareholder, Private Client Services

Margaret leads the firm’s private client services group as the point person for individual, estate and succession planning tax strategies.

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