- Wed, Nov 15, 2017 12:00 AM
180 Central Park South
Latitude: 40.7667, Longitude: -73.9788
Join us for an informative day of panel discussions, presentations, tips and insights from leading tax professionals and top government officials at TaxRAPP 2017. The event kicks off with a full breakfast and special welcome from the New York City Department of Finance Commissioner, Jacques Jiha. Nonie Manion, Executive Deputy Commissioner New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, will give opening remarks. Panels will include updates on corporate tax reform implementation and will address issues such as apportionment regulations, guidance and recent technical corrections. Meet leading state and local tax experts and officials from DOF, the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance and the IRS. Hear discussions on the latest tax issues critical to tax specialists. Attendees will also have an opportunity to meet with representatives from the DOF Office of the Taxpayer Advocate and Business Tax Services. Seats are limited so register today for this great networking event!! The New York Athletic Club has asked us to make special note of the NYAC dress requirements: All participants attending TaxRAPP must be dressed in business attire. For men, this is defined as a collared shirt, tie and jacket. Women should wear comparable professional attire. The following attire is inappropriate: shorts, t-shirts, jeans/other denim wear, athletic wear, sneakers, and leggings. Please note: The NYAC dress code is mandatory for all TaxRAPP participants and you may be refused entrance for improper dress. If this happens, you will not be entitled to a refund or credit of your registration fee. Refund PolicyRequests for refunds will not be honored after October 31, 2017. Tickets are transferrable by emailing us at email@example.com to transfer your ticket to another party. If due to a disability you need an accommodation in order to apply for and receive a service or participate in a program offered by the Department of Finance, please contact the Disability Service Facilitator at nyc.gov/contactdofeeo or by calling 311.