American Institute on Federal Taxation Offers Broad Menu of Federal and State Tax Topics
The 36th annual American Institute on Federal Taxation, to be held in Birmingham on June 20-22, will offer a wide variety of topics and expert speakers, dealing with business succession planning, valuation issues, the use of FLPs and other estate planning ideas, recent federal income and estate/gift tax developments, partner compensation ideas, IRA plan advice, LLC-related issues (including self-employment taxes), and even a panel presentation on recent Alabama tax developments. The latter panel will include both Joe Garrett and Curtis Stewart from the Alabama Department of Revenue Commissioner’s Office and BABC’s own Bruce Ely. For more information please visit www.amfedtax.org or call Carol Short at (205) 521-8175.
About The American Institute on Federal Taxation
The American Institute on Federal Taxation is a tax-exempt organization whose function is to advance the knowledge of federal taxation through programs of study. The programs of the Institute present in lecture and outline form practical analysis and plans for dealing with current federal tax problems. The Board of Trustees is composed of certified public accountants and attorneys representing the entire spectrum of tax practice in order to ensure that all viewpoints are represented in planning the program. The speakers who appear at the Institute are highly proficient in their respective area of federal taxation and, of equal importance, are outstanding public speakers. The program outlines for the Institute are prepared by the speakers.