Changes in tax law, court case outcomes and industry speculation are just a few reasons for you to attend the Chamber’s new two-day event – the 2020 Indiana Business Tax Conference – February 5-6 at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis.
Experienced speakers include Daniel Mudd, a partner at Frost Brown Todd LLC, who will cut through the noise and help pinpoint hot button issues.
“As technology continues to rapidly change and become even more important in the business world, many states and local jurisdictions are trying their best to keep up with how best to treat businesses in the e-commerce, software and technology services, and the Internet of Things (IoT) industry,” he says.
Mudd is leading two sessions during the conference.
“I’m excited to present an overview of how various states try to tax these technologies, address common issues when structuring a deal or entering into a contract with technological-focused companies, and look to the future on how such technology and software products and services will be taxed.”
Other speakers will go in-depth on topics such as managing audits and appeals, making sense of tax and economic development incentives and leveraging the power of data. Keynotes will come from leaders at the American Enterprise Institute, Council on State Taxation and Indiana Department of Revenue.
Indiana Chamber members receive a discounted registration rate of $599 for the full conference. Send two or more attendees and receive a 20% discount. Use promo code GROUP 20 at checkout to save.
Register online or by calling (800) 824-6885.
The Gold sponsor is DMA. Silver sponsors are Bingham Greenbaum Doll, Indiana Michigan Power and MCM CPAs & Advisors.