Ca. Tax Lawyer March 2021, Volume 30, Number 1
- 2020 Annual Meeting of the California Tax Bar & California Tax Policy Conference Report
- Bringing Back the Buffer: a Proposal to Amend Crtc Section 18604(a) to Provide a Seven-Month Filing Extension to Corporate Taxpayers
- Modification of California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1755(a) to Provide a Minimum Holding Period for Surrender of Property Subject to Levy from Financial Institutions
- Request for Guidance Regarding Making Proper S Corporation Consents of Form 2553, Election by a Small Business Corporation
- Tax Bar Business
- Tax Treatment of Undocumented Immigrants in California
- Taxation Section 2020-2021 Leadership Directory
- Visiting the Committees
- Message from the Chair
Message from the Chair
By Chris Campbell
Greetings Taxation Section Members! My last message and our last issue covered our activities through June 2020. Since then, we held our first virtual Sacramento Delegation (in October) and our first virtual Annual Meeting and California Tax Policy Conference (in November) âboth were hugely successful. 421 people registered for the AM/CTPC, which is similar to the number of registrants we typically have each year.
Your Executive Committee continues to meet virtually. We expect to resume in-person meetings this June. The 2021 DC Delegation (this Spring) and 2021 Sacramento Delegation (this Fall) will be held virtually. We are planning for an in-person 2021 Annual Meeting of the California Tax Bar and California Tax Policy Conference to be held November 3-5. If the in-person meeting is not possible or desirable for whatever reason(s), we will hold a virtual conference again. Please visit calawyers.org/section/taxation for updates and to see information regarding all our Section’s planned events. Most of this information is under the "events" tab but some information is found by clicking on the three vertical dots on the right side of the page.
Our website also has information pertaining to our Executive Committee, our Standing Committees, and other programs that allow you to get involved with the Section, including the Odyssey Mentorship Program. There also are links to past issues of this publication, the California Tax Lawyer. CLA is looking into solutions for making the magazine easier to read onlineâso that the look and feel is the same as the paper versionâand to provide a search function so our members can conduct word searches through all past issues.