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Garth Brazelton to Speak at the 2016 Indiana Tax Conference

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The 2016 Indiana Tax Conference, hosted by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, will be held Aug. 11 at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis. The all-day event will include notable speakers from local firms, including KSM Location Advisors’ COO, Garth Brazelton.  
The conference opens with a legislative update on combined reporting and sales tax on services and will continue with discussions on local tax legislation, compliance, trends and implications. Brazelton will discuss economic development tax incentives from two very different perspectives: public and private. He brings experience as the former director of operations and business systems for the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) as well as his current role at KSM Location Advisors where he directs the practice’s strategic initiatives.    
Conference participants can opt to attend the presentation in each session that best meets their needs. Sessions will include discussions on:
  • Indiana state tax policy, administration, property tax, sales and use tax, and economic development tax incentives. 
  • Multistate tax updates, including recent trends in state and local taxation and how potential changes might affect Indiana companies.
  • Affordable Care Act reporting compliance and the best practices and lessons learned from the inaugural ACA reporting season.
  • The pros and cons of combined filing and its potential impact on Indiana.
  • Tax implications in the digital age, treating “software” as a service.
For more information, visit the conference website

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