SEC v. ACC

2013 Institute of Professionals in Taxation (IPT) Credits and Incentives Symposium

09/22/2013 - 09/25/2013

U.S. State + Local Tax

Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center
1501 Gaylord Trail
Grapevine, TX 76051

Philip M. Tatarowicz

Philip M. Tatarowicz

Speaking Engagement

Phil Tatarowicz will present on “SEC v. ACC,” at the 2013 Institute of Professionals in Taxation’s (IPT) Credits and Incentives Symposium.

Identify Best Practices to help your business face today´s economic challenges by wisely utilizing tax credits and incentives.

The Credits and Incentives Symposium is a well-rounded Symposium featuring a variety of topical presentations with opportunities to discuss many of the issues facing the ever-changing and developing credits and incentives environment. We hope you will take advantage of this program, the first of its kind in the field, to participate in interesting discussions, meet with colleagues, renew and develop acquaintances, and stay abreast of the developments in the credits and incentives field. This Symposium is the culmination of many dedicated efforts by experienced colleagues in the Credits and Incentives area to make this program effective, interesting, and, most importantly, informative. We hope you will make plans to attend, and to join IPT´s effort to expand and strengthen the educational opportunities for professionals in the credits and incentives field.

This two-and-half day Credits and Incentives Symposium features general presentations of timely interest to all state and local tax professionals as well as specialized breakout sessions. The program, developed to emphasize practical applications of theories, techniques, and procedures to everyday situations, will be valuable to state & local tax representatives from all industries at all levels of experience.

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