Recent Alabama Tax Developments and Unofficial Prognostications for the Near Future

American Institute on Federal Taxation - 45th Annual Conference



Thursday, June 16, 2022
3:15 PM-5:00 PM CST

Embassy Suites Hotel
2960 John Hawkins Parkway
Hoover, AL 35244

Bruce will be chairing a panel consisting of the Deputy Commissioner of the Alabama Department of Revenue, Curtis Stewart, the Chief Counsel for the ADOR, Craig Banks, and himself, surveying recent developments in Alabama pertaining to new state and local tax legislation, cases, rulings, etc., unofficial predictions for the next legislative session, and pending legislation in Congress potentially impacting Alabama businesses.

The American Institute on Federal Taxation, founded in 1976, is a tax-exempt organization whose function is to advance the knowledge of federal taxation through programs of study. The programs of the Institute present in lecture and outline form practical analysis and plans for dealing with current federal tax problems. The Board of Trustees is composed of certified public accountants and attorneys representing the entire spectrum of tax practice in order to ensure that all viewpoints are represented in planning the program. The speakers who appear at the Institute are highly proficient in their respective area of federal taxation and, of equal importance, are outstanding public speakers. The program outlines for the Institute are prepared by the speakers.

Full agenda available here

Other Speakers:

Curtis Stewart
Craig Banks