The Federation of Exchange Accommodators (FEA) 2015 Annual Conference takes place September 16-18 in Austin, Texas, providing a forum of learning, discussion and connection opportunities for qualified intermediary professionals.
Tax reform and the potential for the repeal of IRC Section 1031 will be the focus for the conference’s 100-minute keynote session, "View from the Hill," featuring:
- Robert Carroll, National Director of Ernst and Young's Quantitative Economics and Statistics (QUEST) practice and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Analysis
- William & Jensen’s Vice President of Finance, David Franasiak, who will discuss the legislative landscape, tax reform forecast, and the ongoing progress of the FEA’s advocacy efforts.
Accruit CEO and past president of the FEA , Brent Abrahm, along with his fellow co-chairs on the FEA’s Government Affairs Committee, will help moderate the panel discussion.
Read more about the Ling-Petrova Microeconomic Study on the impact of repealing Section 1031 and the Ernst & Young Macroeconomic Study released earlier this year, and get the program details for the FEA 2015 Annual Conference.
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