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Held in conjunction with the NBAA 63rd Annual Meeting and Convention.
Business aviation professionals today are challenged to know more and more about the various taxes that apply to aircraft ownership and operations. Understanding aviation taxes is particularly difficult given the frequent changes in Federal and state laws and regulations and is further complicated by the dynamic FAA and DOT regulatory environment. This year’s premier education program for business aviation tax, regulatory and risk management topics will help you ensure your flight department, company, or clients, are compliant with the ever-changing regulation of business aircraft ownership and operations by various Federal and state agencies.
A primary focus of the Tax Conference will be the interface between the flight department/pilot personnel and their tax and legal advisors – whether internal or external to the company. Best practices for compliance also will be a theme recurring throughout the presentations.
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For more information, contact NBAA's Dina Green at (202) 783-9357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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