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Conferences

Conferences, powered by Loscalzo Institute

Stay up-to-date and network with industry peers at live conferences

Attend a noteworthy conference to gain pertinent information for you or your team members to expand working knowledge and increase productivity.

All conferences are provided through the Loscalzo Institute and deliver engaging, high-quality programming that provides attendees with a detailed insight into a variety of relevant topics, including tax, compliance, legal, operations, personnel and more.

Find the conference that works best for you and your organization:

International Tax Conference

Provide key learning in areas of fluctuating tax regulations on a global level. Our annual International Tax Conference is offered in the Spring and delivers groundbreaking information on FACTA issues and challenges. In addition, you and your team have the opportunity to engage in one-on-one conversations with IRS officials.

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Domestic Tax Conference

Stay up-to-date on the ever-changing regulations within the tax industry. Our Domestic Tax Conference occurs annually in the Fall and delivers the most current FACTA topics, current challenges and proactive solutions. The conference format also provides the opportunity to engage in one-on-one conversations with IRS officials.

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Not-for-Profit Conference

Stay current on the latest developments in the not-for-profit accounting world with our annual full-day conference, hosted by Loscalzo Institute each Spring. The 2019 conference will take place in Uniondale, NY at the Long Island Marriott.  

Conference agenda and details will be available in early 2019.

 


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