NBAA Business Aviation Taxes Seminar

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NBAA Business Aviation Taxes Seminar

Maximize Opportunities with Proactive Aviation Tax Planning

Plan to attend the May 2, 2014 NBAA Business Aviation Taxes Seminar in San Francisco to learn about the latest federal and state tax developments impacting business aviation.

This seminar is a unique educational opportunity for accountants, attorneys, advisors and flight department personnel that are engaged in aviation tax planning during the initial aircraft acquisition and throughout the ownership cycle. The focused one day seminar will cover key issues from state tax planning to aircraft leasing structures, all at an intermediate to advanced level.

Sessions will cover emerging issues such as federal excise tax implications for aircraft management service providers and current IRS audit issues for business aircraft owners and operators. Case studies will be used to provide lessons learned and best practices that attendees can apply to their unique situations.

Members of the NBAA Tax Committee, widely acknowledged as thought leaders in the areas of aviation and tax law will be the featured speakers at the Business Aviation Taxes Seminar. After a record breaking year in 2013 with over 120 attendees this is a must attend seminar for networking and education.

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. Both Members and non-Members of NBAA are welcome.

Review the Attendee Brochure.

Conference Sponsors


  Aircraft Logs   Husch Blackwell  

Stewart H. Lapayowker, P.A.


  GKG Law   Vedder Price  

Wolcott and Associates


  Aero Law Group   Barnes and Thornburg  



  Barbera and Watkins   Cutter-Aviation  


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