This webinar will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 1 – 2 PM EST
DuCharme, McMillen & Associates, Inc. (DMA) is hosting a webinar discussing personal property tax updates, industry trends, and valuation issues affecting companies across the United States. With significant changes in valuations over the past few years, ensuring valuations are fair and equitable is crucial to properly managing personal property burdens. Our presenters will focus their discussion primarily on personal property tax assessments, strategies, and techniques for effective property tax management.
Property owners, managers, and those responsible for managing property tax portfolios will learn more about the current opportunities and strategies being implemented to minimize liability, property tax opportunities, tax strategies, and how to leverage impairments, obsolescence, and embedded intangibles.
DMA’s tax experts will also discuss key topics, including the issues and trends affecting property tax valuations, how they are being applied in practice, and the strategies that are being employed to ensure assessments and taxes are as low as possible under regional legislation and regulations.
- 2024 Industry and Market Trends and Anticipated Issues
- What Embedded Intangible Costs are
- Identifying and Qualifying Obsolescence
- Property Tax Appeal and Reduction Strategies
Cost: There is no cost to attend
Credits: 1.0 available*
Field of Study: Taxes
Course Level: Intermediate level program
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Prerequisites: Previous experience in corporate tax
Advanced Preparation: None
Who should attend? This webinar is intended for property tax, accounting, and finance professionals who are responsible for personal property tax management and valuation. Practitioners and representatives from state/provincial and local tax agencies and service providers are not eligible to attend this seminar unless invited by DMA as presenters.
After completing this course, participants will learn (1) strategies to formulate obsolescence arguments, (2) techniques to remove embedded intangible costs for personal property reporting, (3) issues and trends affecting personal property tax valuations, (4) how they are being applied in practice, and (5) the strategies that are being employed to ensure assessments and taxes are as low as possible under regional legislation and regulations.
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