Tax Policy & Planning: How States Propose to Bridge COVID-19 Revenue Shortfall
The economic disruption of COVID-19 will substantially affect state budgets in coming fiscal years, with an estimated $275 billion in revenue losses through fiscal June 2022. As states consider tax-based approaches to bridging the gap, businesses and individuals will need to alter their strategic planning to account for potential tax increases.
Join us on December 8, 2020, from 1-2:30 p.m EST for Tax Policy and Planning: How States Propose to Bridge COVID-19 Revenue Shortfall. This webinar, which provides 1.5 CPE credits, is the first in a series of tax policy webcasts jointly hosted by the Kenan Institute-affiliated UNC Tax Center and the AICPA. It will feature a panel of expert academics and practitioners to explore:
- The current and future status of state budgets
- Non-revenue solutions to fill the revenue gap
- Likely revenue raisers, both temporary and permanent
The discussion will be followed by a Q&A session.
Speakers include UNC-Chapel Hill Associate Professor of Public Administration and Government Whitney Afonso; Jamie Fenwick, vice president of strategic tax for Charter Communications; Joe Crosby, chairman and CEO of MultiState Associates; and Harley Duncan, leader of the State and Local Tax group in KPMG’s Washington National Tax office.
For more information, including pricing, expanded speaker bios and CPE credits, click HERE.
Use promo code UNCTW1 to receive a special discounted rate of $63.20. A 36 percent savings.