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Develop a Tax and Regulatory Compliance Flight Plan
Attend the NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference, where business aviation professionals learn the latest strategies for complying with tax, legal and regulatory issues.
If you are new to these issues or are looking to build on existing knowledge, this conference brings together experts to review building blocks and provide in-depth coverage of emerging topics.
Obtain the tools to structure ownership and operation of business aircraft to maximize deductions while managing FAA, IRS and state tax issues. Also learn how to prepare for challenges, such as IRS audits and complying with regulatory issues arising from personal use of a business asset. Finally, case studies will review economic and operational goals to identify optimal aircraft utilization strategy.
Held in conjunction with the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA2015)
The NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference is a must-attend event for me, as it provides best practices to stay in compliance with complex FAA, IRS and SEC rules while also providing strategies to deliver the most value from our company's business aircraft. Even after attending the conference for a number of years, with the frequent regulatory changes in our industry, I always learn something new. – Patrick Cunningham, Director of Aviation, Pepsico, Inc.
COMING SOON: Complete information for the 2015 NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference is not yet available. Check back in the months preceding the conference for more details and to register.
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