State Implications of Federal Tax Reform


This is a virtual event, accessible online and over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.


The 2017 U.S. Tax Reform had a significant impact on the Internal Revenue Code. States choose to conform to these new provisions in different ways. As result companies face an increasingly complex state tax landscape. 

Bloomberg Tax editors will explain the implications of state tax changes for corporate businesses and how they can prepare for the short-term and long-term. This is a complimentary program sponsored by Bloomberg Tax.

Educational Objectives:
• Impact of tax reform on states and tax payers in certain states
• Break down of the state’s response to the Federal Tax Reform
• Different workarounds for the SALT deduction cap
• Measurement of GILTI deferred taxes
• Guidance on section 965 (Toll Tax)

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Senior executives from corporates and law firms interested in State and Federal tax.


Christine Boeckel
  • Deputy Editorial Director, State, Tax
  • Bloomberg Tax

A Deputy Editorial Director at Bloomberg Tax, Christine Boeckel leads the State Tax Editorial Group and is responsible for state tax reference publications, including the State Tax Portfolios and Navigators. Christine joined Bloomberg Tax in 2011 as a State Tax Law Editor, focusing on maintaining sales and use tax analysis, and developing property tax content. Before joining Bloomberg Tax, she worked with Ryan, LLC conducting legal research of state and local tax topics. She won the Editorial Excellence Award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors, Bloomberg Tax’s Beltz Award, and was named to CPA Practice Advisor's 2017 '20 Under 40 Superstars' list. Christine holds an LL.M. in Tax from Boston University School of Law, a J.D. from Roger Williams University School of Law, and a B.A. from Binghamton University, State University of New York. 

Alex Dowd
  • Managing Editor
  • Bloomberg Tax

Alex Dowd is a Managing Editor with Bloomberg Tax, where he works on maintaining existing products, developing new products, and covering current events in state tax. His team covers individual income tax, credits, and estates, gifts and trusts at the state level, and works on surveys and tools. Alex also contributes to the Bloomberg Tax SALT Talk Blog, which covers current events and hot topics related to tax at the state level. He holds a B.A. from Brown University and a J.D. from the Washington College of Law at American University.

Cannon-Marie Green
  • Managing Editor
  • Bloomberg Tax

Cannon-Marie Green is a Managing Editor at Bloomberg Tax for the State Corporate Income and Pass-Through Entities Team. Cannon-Marie is responsible for maintaining and developing the corporate income tax, pass-through entities, and unclaimed property Navigators and Portfolios. She joined Bloomberg BNA as a State Tax Law Editor in September 2015. Cannon-Marie’s previous experience includes representing individuals and small businesses in federal and state tax controversies, and advising non-profit organizations. She holds a B.A. from Willamette University and a J.D. from Willamette University College of Law.

Margaret Hogan
  • Tax Law Editor
  • Bloomberg Tax

Margaret Hogan joined Bloomberg BNA’s international tax group as a Tax Law Editor in May 2018 where she focuses on updating BNA Portfolios and preparing Client Practice Tools related to international tax law changes made by the 2017 Tax Reform Act.  Prior to joining Bloomberg BNA, Ms. Hogan was a Senior Manager in the international tax practices of several global accounting firms where she worked in all areas of international tax and represented clients in interactions with the Internal Revenue Service, including letter ruling requests, requests for administrative relief and offshore filing compliance.  Prior to entering private practice, she worked in various branches in the IRS Office of Associate Chief Counsel (International) where she focused on outbound, foreign tax credit and international tax compliance issues.  

Continuing Education

1.0 General COA
Basic understanding of State and Federal Tax law and regulations.
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