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Press Release

Top Tax Officials from N.Y., N.J. and Connecticut Gather for Annual Summit

Alonza Robertson, NYSSCPA Media Relations Manager
Published Date:
Jan 22, 2014

NEW YORK – (January 22, 2014)  - The tax commissioners of three Northeastern states and New York City will explain the latest developments in tax administration and enforcement at the NYSSCPA’s annual Tri-State Taxation Conference, Tuesday, Jan. 28.

Attendees to the annual event  - to be held at  The Princeton Club, 15 West 43rd Street in New York City from  8:00 am to 5:00 pm -  will participate with the top tax officials from New York State, New Jersey, Connecticut and New York City as they review the latest regulations affecting taxpayers in those jurisdictions. Practitioners will have the opportunity to examine the impact of these developments on their clients and their planning strategies. 

Slated to attend include:

  • Thomas H. Mattox, commissioner, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance;
  • Kevin B. Sullivan, JD; commissioner, Connecticut Department of Revenue Services;
  • Michael J. Bryan, CPA; director, New Jersey Division of Taxation;
  • Michael Hyman, deputy commissioner, Tax Policy & Planning, New York City Department of Finance;
  • Camille Siano Enders, deputy commissioner and taxpayer rights advocate, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance
The conference entitled “Gain New Planning Ideas for the Coming Filing Season” also will be available via live webcast.
About the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA)
The NYSSCPA is one of the largest state accounting organization in the U.S. and currently represents the issues, standards and public services efforts of certified public accountants who practice in New York State. Incorporated in 1897, the Society fulfills its mission through its 15 chapters with 29,000 members, more than 60 technical and administrative committees and a 39-member Board of Directors. For more information visit