28th Annual Ohio Tax Conference

January 29 - 30, 2019
Hyatt Regency Columbus 350 North High Street, Columbus (downtown) 
Columbus, OH 43215 

Brochure/Agenda

Please click here for more information.

Join the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, Institute for Professionals in Taxation, Manufacturers' Education Council, and the other sponsoring organizations and sponsor the nation's largest business tax conference.    

Fee includes expert instruction for professional education credits/CEUs, a comprehensive flash drive of all the sessions' presentations, outlines and other resource materials, two luncheons, two breakfasts, two afternoon refreshment breaks and a reception. 

$745 per person. Significant Savings for Organizations Sending Multiple Attendees: For 3 to 5 persons from one organization: $670 per person (a 10% savings). For 6 or more persons from one organization: $595 per person (a 20% savings). Please call the IPT office at  404 240-2300 for a Discount for IPT members.

Professional Education Credits/CEUs. This conference has been approved or approval pending by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 14.00 total CLE hours with 2.00 hours of attorney professional conduct instruction (ethics).   Additionally, the conference has been approved or approval for 16.5 hours of CPE (including optional 2 hour ethics) credit toward re-certification through the Accountancy Board of Ohio for attending this conference as the MEC is a registered CPE sponsor through the Accountancy Board of Ohio.

Block of reserved rooms - Hyatt Regency Columbus, 350 North High Street, Columbus, has a block of rooms for overnight lodging for the evening (s) of January 28 and/or January 29. To make your reservations, please either use this convenient online link to the Hyatt for reservations or call the Hyatt at 1.888.421.1442 or locally at 614.463.1234 & mention the Tax Conference to receive the $169 (single, double, or triple occupancy) rate before the block of rooms expires on Thursday, January 3rd.   

ABA-IPT Advanced Tax Seminars


 Advanced State Income Tax Seminar ** March 11-12, 2019 
Advanced Sales/Use Tax Seminar ** March 12-13, 2019 
Advanced Property Tax Seminar ** March 14-15, 2019 
Ritz Carlton Hotel
New Orleans, LA

Registration and payment are with the ABA and not IPT:

Online Registration or
2019 ABA-IPT Registration Form

Hotel Accommodations information is as follows:

Those wishing to make a reservation at the Ritz Carlton New Orleans may do so online here   or

By telephone:   (800) 826-8987 and reference ABA/IPT Tax Seminars when calling.

The deadline for reservations is Thursday, February 7th, 2019.

The special negotiated group rate is:  $249 Single/Double Occupancy plus appropriate state and local taxes/fees.  Rates include complimentary fitness center access and guest room wireless internet access

Attendees are strongly encouraged to make reservations early as the Ritz Carlton New Orleans may sell out; sleeping rooms are limited.

The ABA Section of Taxation and the Institute for Professionals in Taxation® again present this popular opportunity for CLE and CPE. The ABA/IPT Advanced State Income Tax, Sales/Use Tax and Property Tax Seminars are designed for attorneys, accountants, tax directors, state and local tax managers, government tax officials, appraisers, property tax managers, commercial and industrial property managers, and others interested in state and local income, sales, use, and ad valorem taxation. Over the course of five days comprising three one and one-half day seminars, a distinguished and multidisciplinary group of speakers, including appraisers, government and private sector tax officials, tax managers, and state and local tax attorneys, will lead you in the practical examination of current state and local tax issues facing different businesses and industries. The program devotes substantial time to current issues in the field and practical solutions to recurring difficulties in handling and winning a state and local tax appeal.



All registration information, questions and payment goes through the ABA.