WASHINGTON, Nov. 2, 2020 – The American Bar Association Section of Taxation will hold its 31st Annual Philadelphia Tax Conference Nov. 10-12 with IRS Chief Counsel Michael Desmond as its keynote speaker. The meeting will be held virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Desmond will deliver his address and take questions from the audience on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 12:35 p.m. ET. Additionally, 10 sessions featuring panels of tax experts will provide an in-depth discussion and explanation of the latest federal, state and international legal developments and planning trends.
Virtual 31st Annual Philadelphia Tax Conference
Sponsored by ABA Section of Taxation
Tuesday-Thursday, Nov. 10-12
Scheduled programs are:
- “What's Keeping Tax Directors Up at Night? Key Issues and Concern”
- “Tax Policy Trends and Focus Points”
- “Current Developments in Tax Accounting Methods”
- “Corporate Tax Update”
- “International Taxes”
- “Technology/Mobile Employees”
- “Employment Tax Update”
- “Partnership Tax: The Latest From Washington”
- “State & Local Tax Update”
- “Ethics: A Deep Dive Into Conflicts and Privilege in the COVID-19 Era”
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