Credits and Incentives Programs
Credits and Incentives School
May 15 - 18, 2017
Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center
Being recognized as an expert and trusted adviser is a key component of achieving success in the world of tax credits and incentives. Employers and clients must trust that C&I professionals will structure projects that are beneficial to all parties involved. IPT’s Credits and Incentives School can provide you with the foundational knowledge to help you reach your professional goals in this ever-changing field.
The Credits and Incentives School is comprehensive, providing an in-depth study of basic and advanced concepts; practical applications of strategies; and insight on industry trends within the credits and incentives arena. It is designed for individuals who have industry knowledge, but want to advance their perspective and expertise.
Prior to attending the school, participants must possess a firm grasp of C&I concepts and complete 8 hours of prerequisite online coursework. They will then be required to attend 29 hours of on-site classes.
The registration fee covers all three of these segments and cannot be applied to any other coursework. All prerequisites must be completed prior to the school. Successful completion of the school is just one of the requirements candidates for the Certified Credits and Incentives Professional Designation (CCIP) must fulfill in order to continue their pursuit of the designation. The school cannot be challenged and must be attended to qualify for the CCIP designation.
Basic introductory knowledge of credits and incentives. Eight hours of prerequisite courses required prior to live school.
Credits and Incentives Symposium
October 22 - 25, 2017
The Palmer House Hilton
IPT's 2016 Credits and Incentives Symposium features a number of topics important to tax professionals such as negotiation strategies, site selection and ethics. The Symposium also includes several government panels with officials from six state agencies, sessions on ASC 740 accounting, regional updates, retention and capital investment, global incentives, clawbacks, renegotiation and incentive compliance.
Several roundtable sessions are planned including discussions on the potential for tax policy changes that impact economic development in retail/distribution, manufacturing and emerging markets and technology.The symposium will also feature breakout sessions on R&D credits, property tax, renewable energy, hidden credit opportunities, new project development considerations just to name a few.