Probate & Tax Sectional
What does it really take to leave Minnesota? This presentation will cover the decisions from the 2017 legislative session, recent court opinions, identify issues individuals should consider before attempting to change their residency, and offer tips on how to best prepare for and survive a Minnesota residency audit given recent changes in residency audit techniques. The presentation will also answer questions including “do I have to fire my Minnesota attorneys, bankers, and accountants in order to make a residency change,” “where can I get a ‘checklist’ that tells me exactly what I need to do,” and “what if my spouse wants to remain a Minnesota resident?”
Speaker: Masha M. Yevzelman, Attorney, Fredrikson & Byron
Please register no later than January 5, 2018. This meeting will be held in person and via Go To Meeting. Please include your preference of attendance when you register. The Go To Meeting login will be sent to attendees prior to the meeting. A Go To Meeting call-in number is also available.*
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Cost: FREE (MPA Members)
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St. Paul, MN 55113
*Please note: MPA is no longer using Pioneer Conferencing. If you have trouble logging into Go To Meeting, please check out the Attendee User Guide from Go To Meeting.
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