The second biennial Arkansas Tax Conference is being held this November in Little Rock.
Scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 19, the conference attracts administrators, tax experts and other leaders to explore the cutting-edge of Arkansas taxes. During the conference, attendees will have the opportunity to hear and discuss recent legislative developments related to taxes and hear from state leaders about trends in Arkansas taxes.
There will be two general sessions during the conference. The first will focus on tax reform, 2019 tax legislation and other developments. The second session will be a legislative panel and will focus on “Lessons from the Task Force” and the possibility of future reforms.
Notable Arkansas leaders such as Randy Zook, Sen. Jonathan Dismang, Sen. Jim Hendren, Rep. Lane Jean, Rep. Joe Jett and more are currently scheduled to speak during the conference.
Throughout the day, there will be breakout sessions. These sessions will consider topics such as the ethics of tax practice, sales tax issues in the hospitality industry, Arkansas incentive changes and more.
At lunch, there will be a keynote on transformation and tax reform at the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration.
See the full schedule of events here.
Registration is $175 for Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/AIA members and $275 for non-members.