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Wonder What the Best Practices on a Protest Resolution Process Are? Get them From an Expert Tax Practitioner!
Have you or your client ever received a state tax assessment from a state Department of Revenue? In this session, expert speaker Mark A. Loyd, ESQ., will provide you the best practices on the protest resolution process.
The session will help you consider different paths to resolving protests by helping the State Department of Revenue better understand your position, negotiate a settlement, or prepare for litigation. There’s something for everyone in this training session, whether you are someone who have never filed a protest or someone who have done it many times.
What will you learn:
How to better plan and prepare for resolving a state tax audit;
Techniques to deal with a proposed state tax assessment including suggesting offsets; and
How to position a protest for litigation, if necessary.
When to protest and when not to protest a state tax assessment?
Requirements for and best practices for an effective protest
What to expect at and effective use of a protest conference?
MARK A. LOYD, ESQ., is an Attorney and Partner in the Louisville, KY, office of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, a business law firm with offices in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. He is the Chair of its Tax & Finance Practice Group. His areas of practice concentration are state, local and federal tax c...