MNCPA’s Tax Conference rolls with the changes Nov. 16–18
Largest conference of its kind offering three days of virtual education
MINNEAPOLIS (Oct. 19, 2020)
— The Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants (MNCPA) has transformed Tax Conference
(TAX20), its largest educational event for tax professionals, into a three-day virtual conference Nov. 16–18.
For more than six decades, the MNCPA’s Tax Conference has attracted thousands of CPAs, accounting professionals, attorneys and business executives from across the country. TAX20 will continue its tradition of featuring renowned speakers, hot topics in the tax world and opportunities to connect with peers and sponsors in a virtual environment.
New features for TAX20 include:
- 100% virtual format. The same exceptional content and networking opportunities will now be delivered in an online format.
- An expansion from a two-day event to three days. The conference offers the opportunity to earn as many as 24 continuing professional education (CPE) credits for the price of 16.
- Content specific to 2020 challenges and beyond. Registrants will receive the latest developments facing Minnesota and our country, including COVID-19 tax changes, economic concerns, remote working tips and more.
Some sessions that are not to be missed at TAX20:
- Sam Donaldson, a Georgia State University law professor, kicks off TAX20 with a look at how federal taxes might change in 2021.
- Paul Neiffer provides federal individual and business tax highlights, including keeping up with COVID-19 tax changes.
- Susan Smith breaks down the SECURE Act and how it affects IRAs and employer-sponsored retirement plans.
- Dan Kidney gets attendees up to speed with a Minnesota tax update, including the latest changes passed during the October 2020 special session.
- Eric Maddox closes TAX20 with a lesson in empathy-based listening, a skill he has used as an interrogator, to help attendees build trust with colleagues and clients.
TAX20 is generously supported by multiple sponsors, including ADP
, Thomson Reuters
and Dell Technologies
. Sponsors will have virtual booths open throughout the conference for attendees to visit and learn more about their products and services.
Ready to roll? Visit mncpa.org/taxconference
for a complete rundown of sessions and speakers, and to register.
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, industry, government and education.