About NBAA TAX, REGULATORY & RISK MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE 2018
NBAA TAX, REGULATORY & RISK MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, ORLANDO, OCTOBER 14-15, 2018
Make plans to attend NBAA’s Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference on Oct. 14 to 15, 2018, in Orlando, FL. This is the premier conference for attorneys, CPAs, financial advisors, CFOs and flight operations professionals looking for tax planning strategies from industry leaders. Valuable networking opportunities are provided during breaks, lunches and an evening reception. Join 300 attendees to develop strategies for connecting tax and regulatory planning while defending your ownership structure from audits.
Who Should Attend
From flight department personnel looking to understand the core tax and regulatory issues to experienced business aviation advisors planning to build relationships and stay current on the latest issues, this is a must attend conference. Chief financial officers, in-house accountants and attorneys, and tax specialists are also encouraged to attend and learn about the key tax and regulatory issues for business aircraft owners and operators. Both Members and non-Members of NBAA are invited to attend.
Attendees of the 2018 NBAA Tax Conference will learn how to:
- Understand how FAA and DOT regulatory requirements affect the structure of owning and operating business aircraft.
- Utilize real world scenarios to learn about tax planning strategies and defenses to overcome potential audit challenges.
- Learn how state tax planning strategies are key to the aircraft acquisition process.
- Review common tax planning questions, including how fair market aircraft lease rates are determined.
- Learn how business aircraft are treated for tax depreciation purposes and the complex rules to qualify for certain depreciation schedules.
- Review how to calculate and remit federal excise tax for flights viewed as commercial by the IRS.
- Learn how to analyze the tax and regulatory impacts for the flight department when corporate reorganizations or other structural changes occur in the company.
- Analyze the unique tax planning strategies for non-traditional aircraft ownership structures or owner flown scenarios.
- Review the regulatory options (and limitations) to understand how multiple owners can share use of an aircraft, and options for providing use to others while receiving compensation.
- Learn about upcoming aircraft equipage requirements and how to analyze the potential tax consequences.
- Develop risk management strategies for using independent contractors within a flight department.
- Plan for non-business use by understanding required tax calculations and proper documentation of flight classifications.