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Newsletter articles from 2002

State and Local Taxation Section Council minutes September 2002 Chair Timothy E. Moran convened the meeting of the SALT Section Council at 12:10 P.M.
State and Local Taxation Section Council Minutes August 2002 Chair Timothy E. Moran convened the meeting of the SALT Section Council at 12:15 p.m.
State and Local Taxation Section Council minutes June 2002 Vice Chair James W. Chipman convened the meeting of the SALT Section Council at 12:15 P.M.
State and Local Taxation Section Council minutes April 2002 Chair Timothy E. Moran convened the meeting of the SALT Section Council at 12:10 P.M. The Secretary recorded the following members in attendance:
State and Local Taxation Section Council minutes February 2002 Chair Timothy E. Moran convened the meeting of the SALT Section Council at 9:00 A.M.
State and Local Taxation Section Council minutes February 2002 Chair Timothy E. Moran convened the meeting of the SALT Section Council at 8:10 A.M. Although the meeting was scheduled for 9:00 A.M., this meeting was advanced to 8:00 A.M. due to scheduling conflicts.
The State and Local Taxation Section Council: 66 years of service and success July 2002 Franklin D. Roosevelt was serving his first term as president of an isolationist nation struggling to pull itself out of the Great Depression.
Survey of State and Local Taxation Section Council November 2002 Please respond to the following questions. Please send your comments either by e-mail (e-mail address: maconnelly@kennedytaxappeals.com), fax (312) 641-0014 or mail Suite 2901, 180 North LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois 60601. Thank you.
An update on business and non-business income By John B. Truskowski February 2002 The classification of a multi-state corporation's income as business or non-business income can have a significant impact on its overall state income tax liabilities.