Jointly Sponsored Programs


31st Annual Ohio Business Tax Conference & Virtual Institute 
Tuesday & Wednesday, January 25-26, 2022
Hyatt Regency Columbus 
Hybrid Event for In-Person & Virtual Attendees


The MEC and the other sponsoring organizations have issued a call for presentations with abstracts are due  this Friday - September 10th.  Priority will be given by the 66-person conference planning committee to those abstracts that involve a manufacturer, business & industry tax professional either as a speaker or session moderator and listed on the abstract at the time of submission.  Additionally, abstracts are encouraged to list an official with the Ohio Department of Taxation if the subject is related to the taxes under their jurisdiction.  

Also, remember to mark your 2022 calendar for Tuesday & Wednesday, January 25-26, 2022 with in-person attendance at the Hyatt Regency Columbus and virtual attendance via the Whova conference platform.    With so much happening in the business tax area and the pent-up demand for in-person education again, this is a must-attend conference!  Registration & lodging are currently available - click here for more information.   



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ABA-IPT 2022 Advanced Tax Seminars
Royal Sonesta
New Orleans, LA

ABA-IPT  Advanced State Income Tax Seminar ** March 14-15, 2022
ABA-IPT Advanced  Sales Tax Seminar  ** March 16-17, 2022    
ABA-IPT Advanced Property  Seminar  ** March 17-18, 2022
  

The Institute and the ABA Section of Taxation will once again host the three annual jointly-sponsored Seminars – one in Sales Tax, Property Tax and State Income Tax.  Join practitioners from around the country for one or more of these Seminars that will feature the latest developments and current issues in the state and local tax field.