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Held in conjunction with NBAA’s 62nd Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2009), this year’s Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference will show how compliance and proper planning can save business aircraft owners and operators significant dollars in acquiring, owning and operating an aircraft. Presenters will provide best practices that could have a positive impact on your company’s financial bottom line.
Attend the premier education program for business aviation tax, regulatory and risk management knowledge to ensure that your company, or your clients, are compliant with the ever-changing regulation of business aircraft ownership and operations by various federal and state agencies. This conference will shed light on the essential elements of the business aviation tax, regulatory and risk management environment.
Legal, tax and regulatory experts will provide you with a basis for understanding how various tax and aviation laws and regulations apply to business aircraft. Current tax and aviation regulatory developments and issues will be addressed that are of interest to flight departments, aircraft management companies, aircraft fractional programs, charter operators, charter brokers and advisors to business aircraft owners and operators.
Review the full schedule of education sessions and learn more about the conference speakers. Review the agenda.
Useful information about the conference, including information about CPE Credit. Learn more.
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