In checking my email I discovered that the NJ-NATP Winter 2008 newsletter is available to download. Click here. It includes an article on the demutualization issue by yours truly.
Editor Jean Millerchip announces the new chapter officers in her “From the Editor” column –
· President – Marilyn Ayers
· Vice President – Jaimee Hammer
· Secretary – Julia Robinson
· Treasurer – Thomas De Titta
I join Jean in offering congratulations to the new administration.
As previously posted, the seminar will be on Saturday, January 10, 2009 from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM at the Hilton Woodbridge in Iselin (where it always is).
I am very pleased to announce that the agenda will deal entirely with New Jersey taxes, as it should. The popular duo of Jim Gordon and Jacob Foy from the NJDOT will return to discuss NJ corporate tax changes, new state tax legislation, NJ sales tax and electronic filing. Susan Feeney of McCarter & English will discuss sales tax in more detail. Kevin Treaux will discuss NJ estate and inheritance tax.
The keynote speaker will once again be NJDOT Director Maureen Adams.
There is one slight exception to the NJ tax agenda, although not really. NATP Board Member Kathryn Keane will give a presentation on New Jersey Vs New York Tax Topics.
I was very pleased to see that the topic of Ethics does not appear anywhere on the day’s schedule!
For registrations postmarked by 1/6/09 the cost is $185 for members and $215 non-members. It is $225 for all if postmarked on or after 1/7/09 or at door. Click here for the registration flyer.
As usual continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon dessert is included. Attendees who spend the day will earn 8 CPE credits.
I hope that the Hilton sets up the seminar room in the proper way (they seem to FU the set-up every few years).