TAX POLICY CONFERENCE
The 112th Congress held over 25 hearings in 2011 on tax reform. Both California and the federal government have significant budget issues that will likely require changes to both revenues and spending to adequately address the problems. What did Congress learn from the tax reform hearings? What types of changes are needed at the federal and state levels? How might federal tax reform affect California? What are the prospects for major tax changes?
Conference speakers will answer these questions and attendees will have an opportunity to share their ideas on tax reform. The conference offers an opportunity to stay up to date on tax policy and reform issues that affect individuals and businesses. Presentations will focus on high technology businesses.
Qualifies for 8 hours of continuing education for California CPAs and 6.5 hours of MCLE for California attorneys.
Topics and Speakers
Registration and light breakfast - 8 - 8:30 am
Tax Policy and Issues of Complexity [ppt] [Comparison of Sets of Principles Commonly Used in Analyzing Tax Proposals]
Attendees will have opportunities to share ideas on the topics and participate in polling questions.
Fee (includes refreshments, lunch and materials): $150 General ($135 TEI member) $75 Gov't and non-profit
Register and pay online
Questions – Contact Annette Nellen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 924-3508.
LUCAS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
The State Bar of California
The Taxation Section, Tax Policy, Practice and Legislation Committee