Minnesota Society of CPAs hosts largest tax conference in Midwest Nov. 18–19
Keynotes include IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig, retired justice Alan C. Page
MINNEAPOLIS (Oct. 30, 2019)
— More than 1,400 certified public accountants and tax professionals are expected to attend the 65th Annual Tax Conference
(TAX19) Nov. 18–19 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Hosted by the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants (MNCPA), TAX19 is one of the largest and most reputable educational events of its kind, attracting professionals and speakers from across the country.
IRS Commissioner Charles P. Rettig
will open TAX19 with his vision for improving tax administration at the federal agency, including his implementation of the IRS Integrated Modernization Business Plan. TAX19’s closing keynote is Retired Associate Justice Alan C. Page
, who will share experiences from his multifaceted career, from the NFL to the Minnesota Supreme Court, to the creation of the Page Education Foundation.
TAX19 offers more than 50 breakout sessions
, including federal and state tax highlights, how emerging technologies are affecting accounting practices, strategies for recruiting and retaining staff, and career and business development tips for professionals at all levels. A bonus session
on advisory services, led by Thomson Reuters, is offered to attendees for a free continuing education credit the morning of Nov. 19. In addition, attendees are invited to attend happy hour Nov. 18 to network with fellow attendees and to enjoy complimentary food and beverages.
TAX19 is generously supported by the following sponsors:
Visit the TAX19 website at mncpa.org/taxconference for a complete rundown of sessions, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors.
The Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants (MNCPA) serves the public interest by advancing the highest standards of ethics and practice within the CPA profession. The MNCPA delivers on that promise by offering extensive continuing professional education and resources; advocating for members and the public with regulatory agencies and boards; and mentoring and encouraging the CPAs and business leaders of tomorrow. Founded in 1904, the MNCPA has more than 8,500 members who work in public accounting, business and industry, government and education.