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Knowledge of aviation tax issues is critical for owners and operators of business aircraft to ensure proper planning and compliance. The NBAA Business Aviation Taxes Seminar is designed to help accountants, attorneys, advisors and flight department personnel keep up with the latest tax and legal developments affecting business aviation. After an introduction to the aviation regulatory environment, knowledge of which is essential for proper tax planning, presenters will address a variety of current tax topics at an intermediate to advanced level. Ample time will be allowed for questions and answers following each presentation, and speakers will be available to answer additional questions at the end of the Seminar.
Who Should Attend
Attorneys, accountants, tax advisors, aviation professionals, flight department personnel, aircraft owners/operators, and others who have an interest in taxation issues associated with business aircraft are invited to attend this seminar. Both Members and non-Members of NBAA are eligible to attend.
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