2012 Tax Forum
October 17-19, 2012
Las Vegas, NV
This annual event for intermediate to advanced-level campus tax professionals offers the latest information on issues and best practices in higher education tax compliance and administration.
Following a general session on leadership, this year's program will address timely tax topics including recent IRS audits, fringe benefits, worker classification, doing business abroad, Form 1098-T and 1099 information reporting, tax treatment of retirement benefits, charitable contributions, and unrelated business income.
Two new webcasts explore issues that many campuses are struggling with today. Join us on Thursday, October 4 for "Higher Education Analytics and Data Driven Decisions," to learn how predictive analytics are driving institutional performance and how this data can be used most effectively. Examine the complexities of hiring local employees during the webcast "Hiring for a Global Campus-Why a Textbook Approach Won't Work." The session hosted on Thursday, November 8 will feature key risk areas and proactive steps administrators can take when hiring overseas.