SDM Lawyers Present at COST Regional State Tax Seminar

Curtis Osterloh, Eric Hagenswold, and Steve Britt will present at the Council On State Taxation (COST) Southwest/West Regional State Tax Seminar in Houston, Texas on November 3, 2017.  The Seminar provides an update on significant state tax issues for the Southwest/West States including Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming. Curtis Osterloh will be joining a panel with the Assistant Deputy Comptroller Karey Barton about how best to resolve your Texas Tax Dispute. Eric Hagenswold will be presenting a special report on Recent Developments in Texas Taxes with an overview of assessment issues and refund opportunities. Steve Britt will be presenting a discussion about National State Tax Cases and their implications. Finally, Curtis Osterloh and Eric Hagenswold will jointly provide an overview of how to handle your tax controversies in a winning manner. Other topics being covered at the seminar include current issues in southwestern states, indirect tax technology trends and a state tax policy update including the state tax implication of federal tax reform.

Scott Douglass & McConnico is a co-sponsor of this Southwest/West Regional State Tax Seminar. COST is the premier state tax organization representing taxpayers consisting of more than 600 multistate corporations engaged in interstate and international business. Scott Douglass & McConnico is a long time COST member and frequently provides speakers at COST’s annual and sales tax conferences.  

Ray Langenberg, Curtis Osterloh and Eric Hagenswold Featured at the COST Southwest-West Regional State Tax Seminar

SDM Attorneys Ray Langenberg, Curtis Osterloh and Eric Hagenswold spoke at the Council on State Taxation (“COST”) Southwest-West Regional State Tax Seminar on August 4 in Austin, Texas.  Ray spoke on Texas Franchise Tax Planning. Curtis moderated a panel on Resolving Your Texas Tax Dispute with personnel from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Eric spoke on State Tax Cases, Issues and Policy Matters. COST is a non-profit trade association seeking to preserve and promote equitable and nondiscriminatory state and local taxation of multijurisdictional business entities. You can learn more about COST and its upcoming events here.