Tax Gone Wild – Navigating the Changing Landscape
The tax world is in flux in a way that hasn’t been seen for at least a generation. The Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has brought new questions and ambiguities alongside its significant cuts and reforms. The United States Supreme Court is revisiting fundamental state tax nexus questions. The Arkansas Tax Reform and Relief Legislative Task Force is considering major changes to make the state’s tax system fairer and more competitive. The Department of Finance and Administration is planning revisions to sales tax regulations. Taxpayers’ rights to litigate state tax disputes are threatened by sovereign immunity. And of course there are all of the “normal” cases, administrative developments, and recurring issues that taxpayers are seeing.
Learn from our recognized instructors as they deliver an engaging overview of state and federal changes, updates, trends, and opportunities. This half-day program will highlight federal tax reform, state tax reform tax force discussions, newly developed opportunity zones, sales tax nexus, business taxes and incentives, what sovereign immunity means for taxpayers, and more. You will leave with practical ideas that you can readily “take home” and apply to your company or clients.
Workshop Highlights & Objectives
- Mastering the nuances of often-missed state tax exemptions and benefits.
- Highlighting the significant provisions of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and reviewing the impact arising from its implementation.
- Understanding legislative and administrative policy changes under consideration by the Arkansas General Assembly and the Department of Finance and Administration.
- Learning about recent trends with economic development incentives, including qualified opportunity zones (QOZs).
- Identifying best practices in navigating the post-Wayfair nexus world.
- Explaining recent state tax cases and administrative rulings of significance to taxpayers.
Registration & Costs
∙ $109/person for ASCC/AIA or local chamber of commerce members
∙ $159/person for nonmembers
Online is preferred – see button below to register online
- By phone to Deb Mathis at 501.372.2222
- By fax to Deb Mathis at 501.372.2722
UPON COMPLETION OF THE SEMINAR, PARTICIPANTS CAN EARN 3.25 HOURS OF CLE CREDIT (GENERAL HOURS).
UPON COMPLETION OF THE SEMINAR, PARTICIPANTS CAN EARN 4 HOURS OF CPE IN THE TAXES FIELD OF STUDY.
PROGRAM PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AICPA/NASBA STATEMENT ON STANDARDS FOR CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (CPE) PROGRAMS.
Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce is a member of the Arkansas State Roster Program. State Boards of Accountancy have the final authority on the acceptance of individual course for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org
Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce
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Faculty (* publishers of the Arkansas Tax & Incentives Update blog):
- Matthew Boch, Attorney-at-Law – Member, Dover Dixon Horne PLLC *
- T.J. Lawhon, Attorney-at-Law – Counsel, Dover Dixon Horne PLLC *
- Ernie Skyrme, CPA – Director, BKD CPAs & Advisors
- Chris Doolittle, CPA – Partner, BKD CPAs & Advisors
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