State & Local Income Tax Minimization

Presented by Bruce Nelson, SALT Director at EKS&H

This presentation will provide an update on current developments in state and local tax (“SALT”) including both sales and use tax and multistate income tax. The topics covered will include the following:

• The “economic presence” nexus standards and their impact on both sales tax and income tax
• The growth in market-based sourcing for services and it impact on the sales factor in apportionment
• Sales tax and SaaS (Software as a Service)
• Tax consequences of workforce mobility

The emphasis will be on gaining an understanding of these changes, their impact on business operations, and steps that can be taken to both minimize tax exposure and maximize the tax opportunities resulting from these developments.

Attendees should gain an appreciation of the dramatic changes occurring in SALT and leave with an understanding of specific steps that should be taken in light of those changes.

While the material is targeted to those with experience in SALT, Bruce will provide sufficient context for those with only a beginning interest in the topic to learn and appreciate the complexities covered.

This course qualifies for 1.0 hour of CPE in the State and Local Taxes field of study and 1.0 hour of CLE. It will be delivered in a live group method on November 28, 2016, from 9:30 to 10:20 am in Classroom B and 3:40 to 4:30 pm in Classroom A of the Denver Aquarium on 700 Water Street, Denver, Colorado.

This course is designed to comply with Colorado State Board of Accountancy and NASBA CPE and Colorado CLE standards. Participants are encouraged to confirm eligibility compliance with their jurisdiction. Refunds will be issued if the event is cancelled by FTL or for cancellations received before November 21, 2016. Questions, concerns, and complaints may be submitted to

To register to attend, click here. This program is $135 for FTL members and their guests, government employees, and students and $185 for non-FTL members.