41st Annual National Tax Conference in Honor of Al Lieberman

Written on Oct 15, 2020

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The University of Akron’s George W. Daverio School of Accountancy invites you to its 41st annual National Tax Conference in Honor of Al Lieberman on Oct. 29. 

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This year’s conference is virtual, and we are offering it in partnership with The Akron Community Foundation. Topics on this year’s agenda include succession planning, planned giving of S Corporation stock, debt cancellation, maximizing the tax benefits of losses, and tax implications of artificial intelligence and smart technologies. Though virtual, we will continue to offer the same or higher quality and value as in prior years. The conference is a professional outreach activity of The University of Akron’s Master of Taxation (MTax) program. Past OSCPA member Professor Al Lieberman (1937 – 2020), co-founder of the MTax program, created the Conference in 1979 and he continued as coordinator of the Conference until 2016. We hope you can join us for some of the latest updates and most critical information impacting tax professionals today. Learn more!