July 1, 2024

NYU School of Professional Studies Division of Programs in Business To Host Tax Conferences in New York City, July 15-26, 2024

Eight Individual Sessions Will Feature Distinct Discussions on International and Partnership Taxation, Trusts and Estates, and Like-Kind Exchanges

New York, July 1, 2024 - This year, the NYU School of Professional Studies (NYU SPS) Division of Programs in Business Finance and Taxation programs will host the NYU Tax Conferences throughout July. Beginning July 15 through July 26, the conference will take place at the Westin New York in Times Square, and focus on a range of topics including international and partnership taxation, trusts and estates, local and state taxation, and like-kind exchanges.

For the introductory offerings, the conferences are designed to provide an introduction to fundamental concepts and practical applications. For the advanced conferences, attendees explore sophisticated tax concepts reflecting the most important transaction-based tax topics in their field, including new developments in legislation and regulations. Conferences range from 1.5 to 3 days.

The NYU SPS has been a leader in continuing professional education for 90 years. The School blends the scholarly resources of NYU, one of the leading universities in the country, with the knowledge and the practical experience of the world-class professional community that surrounds it. The School’s longstanding tradition of excellence in continuing legal, accounting, and taxation programs attracts the best and the brightest speakers, who impart their knowledge of the most current industry trends and regulations.

Here is the schedule for the 2024 Tax Conferences in July:

Monday, July 15 - Wednesday, July 17, 2024

  • Introduction to International Taxation - The Introduction to International Taxation Conference provides a broad-based foundation in the federal income taxation of cross-border (both “inbound” and “outbound”) transactions and circumstances.
  • Introduction to Trusts & Estates - The Introduction to Trusts and Estates Conference explains many taxes and tax issues applicable to gratuitous transfers by individuals, trusts, and estates.

Thursday, July 18 - Friday, July 19, 2024

  • Advanced International Taxation - The Advanced International Taxation Conference explores controversial and emerging issues and opportunities in the area of international taxation, including tax planning, eligibility issues, and international mergers and acquisitions.
  • Advanced Trusts & Estates - The Advanced Trusts and Estates Conference moves beyond the basics of the taxation of trusts and estates to discuss more detailed planning opportunities, issues, techniques, and pitfalls.    

Monday, July 22 - Wednesday, July 24, 2024

  • Introduction to Partnerships Taxation - The Introduction to Partnerships Taxation Conference discusses the essentials of partnership taxation and delivers insights on opportunities in this sector.

Monday, July 22 - Tuesday, July 23, 2024

  • Introduction to State & Local Taxation - The Introduction to State & Local Taxation Conference explores issues and trends impacting and influencing state and local tax legislation, regulations, and procedures.

Wednesday, July 24 - Thursday, July 25, 2024

  • Intermediate State and Local Taxation - The Intermediate State and Local Taxation Conference moves beyond the basics of state and local taxation to discuss more detailed legislation, issues in procedure, and commonplace regulations.

Thursday, July 25 - Friday, July 26, 2024

  • Like-Kind Exchanges - The Like-Kind Exchanges Conference examines the various aspects of like-kind exchanges and their impact on taxes and investments, including ethical issues, structuring like-kind exchanges, legislative updates, partnerships and LLC exchanges, safe harbor, and tenancy-in-common issues.

To register for the sessions and to view the latest detailed agenda for each conference, visit 2024 NYU Tax Conferences in July. NYU SPS understands that not everyone may be comfortable attending in-person events yet or able to travel at this time. NYU in coordination with myLawCLE is offering registrants the opportunity to attend virtually. See the Virtual Attendance Options Tab on the website for further information.

For information on becoming a Tax Controversy Forum Sponsor or exhibiting at the Forum, please contact Kathleen Costello at (212) 992-3320 or sps.tax@nyu.edu.

If you are a member of the media who would like to report on the sessions, please contact Michael DeMeo at michael.demeo@nyu.edu.

About the NYU SPS Department of Finance and Taxation Program
The NYU SPS Department of Finance and Taxation Program has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in New York. The NYU School of Professional Studies Department of Finance and Taxation Program is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.

About the NYU School of Professional Studies
Established in 1934, NYU SPS is an internationally recognized university that offers diverse students access and opportunity to practical, real-world preparation to thrive in their careers while building the next generation of industry leaders ready to embrace tomorrow’s innovations and challenges and lead change in global workplaces.

The NYU SPS global community is made up of industry professionals, doers, and trailblazers shaping the future of industries, positioning the School as an idea incubator for various fields, including real estate, hospitality, global affairs, sports business, integrated marketing, HR, professional writing and more.

Today, NYU SPS offers one of the most diverse portfolios of educational offerings at NYU, including graduate degrees, bachelor’s degrees for traditional and degree completion students, associate degrees, continuing education courses, and certificate programs.

NYU SPS is the host of some of the largest and most in-demand industry conferences in the world, including the Schack Institute of Real Estate’s Capital Markets Conference, REIT Symposium, and National Symposium of Women in Real Estate; the Jonathan M. Tisch Center’s International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference, Annual NYU Tax Conferences, and the NYU Coaching and Technology Summit, the School’s invaluable connections to industry leaders is a distinguishing factor in the education that it provides.


Michael DeMeo