The Multistate Tax Commission, a consortium of 47 state governments that works to hone the administration of tax laws applicable to multistate enterprises, has named Joe Huddleston Esq. as its executive director. Huddleston begins begin Aug. 1, and succeeds interim ED Rene Y. Blocker. Huddleston was most recently vice president of tax solutions for Liquid Engines Inc., a tax software firm focused on state income tax planning models and methodologies for multi-state and multinational companies. Prior to that, he was a state and local tax partner at national CPA firm Grant Thornton, serving middle-market and Fortune 500 companies He also served as commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Revenue from 1987 to 1995. "I look forward to working with state tax organizations as we address the challenges that will define the next several years," said Huddleston in a statement. "The MTC has made enormous strides in recent years, and I very much intend to help write the next chapter of the continuing success story at the commission."

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