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Member Appreciation CPE Series: Thursday, December 19, 2019

Thursday, December 19, 2019 @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Join your fellow TXCPA Dallas members for the very popular

Member Appreciation CPE Series


Thursday, December 19, 2019

12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

in the

Community Room

of the

Communities Foundation of Texas




5500 Caruth Haven Lane

at North Central Expressway

Dallas, Texas  75225

Don’t miss these outstanding sessions:


Sales Tax Exemptions You (Possibly) Aren’t Aware Of

Steve HanebuttFounder and Managing Principal, Sales Tax Specialists of Texas

Course Description: The course will cover the major exemptions available to taxpayers in Texas with the greatest potential for savings including some of the less well-known exemptions for specific industries as well.

Learning Objectives: The participant should come away from the presentation having a basic working knowledge of eight fundamental areas for potential savings of sales tax. They should be able to identify individual taxpayers eligible to claim these exemptions as well as a working knowledge of the nuances of the exemptions themselves.

Course Level: Basic/Technical

Prequisites: None


Turbulence in Texas Tax:  Recent Developments Keep Taxpayers & Tax Professionals on the Edge 

David ColmeneroPartner, Meadows Collier

Course Description: Recent developments at both the State and Federal level carry significant Texas tax consequences for many taxpayers. These developments can also present challenges for tax professionals advising or representing those taxpayers.

Learning Objectives: This presentation will provide an overview of recent judicial and administrative decisions and legislative changes, as well as a discussion of their potential relevance to Texas taxpayers.  Learn of these significant recent developments and how they may affect your clients or business.

Course Level: Basic/Update

Prerequisites: None


Liability for State Tax Corporate Assessments

Danielle AhlrichPartner, Martens Todd Leonard & Ahlrich

Course Description: This presentation addresses the various ways in which individuals or entities may become responsible for the state tax debts of a business. We’ll cover officer and director liability, responsible individual liability, and liability that may arise by way of fraudulent transfer or the sale of a business.

Learning Objectives: Participants will learn:

  • When personal or successor liability may be imposed for the state tax debts of a business; and
  • To Identify defenses that may be raised against these Comptroller assessments.

Course Level: Basic/Technical

Prerequisites: None


Voluntary Disclosures – Grabbing the Tiger by the Tail (Get to Them Before They Get to You) 

Isreal MillerCounsel, Gray Reed & McGraw LLP

Course Description: This presentation will be an overview of voluntary disclosure agreements that are available in Texas for unclaimed property, state taxes, and failure to register a foreign entity.  The presenter will include stories from personal experience in this area.

Learning Objectives: The objective is to familiarize CPAs with the opportunities available at the state level in Texas for resolving tax issues before the taxpayer is audited.

Course Level: Basic/Technical

Prerequisites: None


Thursday, December 19, 2019
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm


Communities Foundation of Texas
5500 Caruth Haven Lane TX 75225 + Google Map

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