IFA USA TRIANGLE REGION LUNCHEON SEMINAR
Monday, May 8, 2017
We will have a panel discussion regarding Tax Reform – what we expect. Panelists will include Peter Barnes a professor at Duke University and of-Counsel with Caplin & Drysdale, Gary Wells, of-Counsel with BILTgroup, and Greg Bryant, Regional VP of IFA and Managing Partner BILTgroup who will moderate the panel.
Our panel will be prepared to discuss the possible tax reforms to be enacted in 2017. They will also attempt to predict the final outcome. We plan to discuss the following issues in depth:
US Tax Reform -- Where We Stand Right Now!
-- The Destination Based Cash Flow Tax, what is it, and do I care?
-- Other pending options for corporate tax reform
-- Leading proposals for the individual income tax
-- Business income earned by pass-throughs
-- Impact of federal tax reform on state income taxes
Bring your questions and your comments.
Following the panel discussion will be a networking event and lunch at prepared by the wonderful kitchen of the Umstead.
The registration fee for the meeting is $25 for IFA members and $45 for non-members.
For more information on how to become a member of IFA USA or the local Triangle chapter, contact Marion Bryant at marion.bryant@BILTgroup.net, or any of the members of the Regional Committee.
If you would like to join IFA and receive the discounted member rate, click here and join before registering for the seminar: https://ifausa.site-ym.com/general/register_member_type.asp?.
Financial Hardship Policy
Scholarships are available in the event of financial hardship. An individual wishing to obtain a scholarship should apply in writing at least 2 weeks in advance of the program date, explaining the circumstances of such person's financial hardship. The amount of the scholarship generally depends on salary as follows:
Unemployed – Full Scholarship; Income up to $15,000 – 75% discount;
Income $15,000–$30,000 – 50% discount; Income above $30,000 – no discount
Speakers, content and panel order are subject to change without notice, and registrations may be limited due to space or other constraints.
This seminar is subject to cancellation due to insufficient registration or other reasons, in which case refunds will be made free of processing fees. All other refund requests are subject to a $10 processing fee and must be received in writing at the above address on or before May 1, 2017; no refunds will be given with respect to requests received after that date. Substitutions are welcome at any time (including by walk-in registration).