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November 07, 2022

IRS division deputy chief to speak at Philadelphia Tax Conference Nov. 15

WASHINGTON, Nov. 7, 2022 — Holly Paz, deputy commissioner of the Large Business & International Division at the Internal Revenue Service, will speak at the 33rd Annual Philadelphia Tax Conference, Nov. 14-15. The event is co-sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Taxation and the nonprofit Philadelphia Tax Conference, established to foster education and heighten awareness of fair and appropriate tax policy.

Paz will be the luncheon keynote speaker on Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 12:25-1:55 p.m. EST. Paz has held other key roles at the IRS including serving at LB&I as the director of the Pass-Through Entities Practice Area and director of Corporate Issues and Credits in the Enterprise Activities Practice Area.

Martin Sullivan, chief economist at Tax Analysts in Falls Church, Virginia, will be the luncheon keynote speaker on Monday, Nov. 14 from 12:25-1:55 EST.

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.

33rd Annual Philadelphia Tax Conference
Co-sponsored by the ABA Section of Taxation
and the Philadelphia Tax Conference

Monday-Tuesday, Nov. 14-15

Union League of Philadelphia
140 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Scheduled programs include:

  • “Employment Tax Update”
  • “Partnership Tax: The Latest from Washington”
  • “Brave New World: Ethics in the Post-COVID-19 Era”
  • “What’s Keeping Tax Directors Up at Night? Key Issues and Concerns”
  • “Tax Policy”
  • “Corporate Tax Update”
  • “International Tax Update”

The complete conference program can be found online. For media registration, please contact Barbranda Walls at [email protected]. Note: All attendees are required to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated or have had a negative COVID test taken within 3 days before entering the event.

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