Register now for the Arkansas Tax Conference presented by Dover Dixon Horne PLLC Attorneys at Law from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at The Capital Hotel in Little Rock. We would also like to thank and recognize Luncheon Sponsor Pritchett Sales and Use Tax Consulting and Partner Sponsors Kutak Rock and United Capital Financial Advisers
This one-day seminar will feature an in depth look at legal, administrative and policy issues surrounding Arkansas taxes. The Arkansas Tax Conference will bring together senior administrators, in-house experts and leading practitioners for an in-depth look at Arkansas taxes.
The program will offer a review of 2017 tax legislation and recent developments, breakout sessions to focus on specific industries and tax types, and a discussion of trends and changes in the tax environment going forward. The conference has limited space, so be sure to register early. This will be the first of a biennial tradition in legislative session years.
Planned speakers and panelists at the event will include representatives from the Department of Finance and Administration, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, the Arkansas Assessment Coordination Department, the Washington County Assessor’s Office, the United States Chamber of Commerce, the Economic Development Alliance of Jefferson County, the Poultry Federation, Tyson Foods, Entergy, EY, BKD, Frost, Pritchett Sales & Use Tax Consulting, Friday Eldredge & Clark, and Mitchell Williams.
General sessions will include a discussion of tax legislation and major developments with senior DFA leadership, federal tax reform and its impact on Arkansas, trends in the Arkansas economy (with J.D. Foster from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce), updates on economic development credits and incentives, and wrapping up with a panel on Arkansas tax reform. There also will be breakout sessions focusing on sales tax for manufacturers, other sales tax issues, income tax, property tax, tax issues for agriculture, and medical marijuana. The conference will provide seven hours of CPE credit and six hours of CLE credit. A networking reception in the Capital Hotel Bar will follow the conference.
To register or for more information, click https://www.arkansasstatechamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Tax-Conference-Flyer-Agenda-Registration-Form-003.pdf
If your company or organization is interested in sponsoring the Arkansas Tax Conference, contact Bill Watson at email@example.com or 501-801-1740.