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Lake Charles Group Session- 2016 Important Tax Changes Impacting Louisiana Nonprofits and Schools

Itinerary: 9:30-10 a.m.- Sign-In, 10-11:30 a.m.- Webinar, 11:30 a.m.- 12 p.m.- Q&A Session

5/11/2016
When: 5/11/16
9:30 AM
Where: United Way of Southwest Louisiana
815 Ryan Street
Lake Charles, Louisiana  70601
United States
Contact: Tasha Cooper
225-929-5266


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Important Tax Changes Impacting Louisiana Nonprofits and Schools:

An update on the 2016 First Extraordinary Legislative Session 



Join us for a free seminar on Wednesday, May 11 • 10:00 – 11:30 am

United Way of Southwest Louisiana• 815 Ryan Street• Lake Charles, LA


***Due to limited seats across the state, the webinar will be held at the United Way of Southwest Louisiana. You must be present to view the webinar. ***

 

Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Associations (LANO) is proud to partner with the Society of Louisiana CPAs (LCPA), Louisiana Department of Revenue (LDR), and Louisiana Association of United Ways for a free, live webcast on the impact of the new sales and use tax laws, many of which impact Louisiana nonprofits and schools (some for the first time), which took effect April 1, 2016.

 

We will be joined by LDR representatives, David Hansen, attorney with the Policy Services Division of LDR, and Peggy Parker, Sales Tax Research Analyst with LDR’s Tax Administration Division. (See bios below.)

 

This webcast will cover:

 Updates on compliance questions regarding sales and use tax changes resulting from the 2016 first extraordinary legislative session

 When taxes must be collected and remitted

 How to register for compliance

 Are my dues, admissions to events, raffle tickets, etc. subject to the new tax law changes

 Consequences of noncompliance, including the extent to which nonprofits can be liable for mistakes in complying with the new law

 

Who should attend:

•  Management and staff of nonprofit organizations and schools

•  Other volunteers who serve on nonprofit boards/school boards

 

 

Advanced registration is required. This is a group webinar and you must be present to attend.

 

About the Speakers:

 

David M. Hansen

Attorney, Policy Services Division

Louisiana Department of Revenue

David Hansen is a staff attorney in the Policy Services Division of the Louisiana Department of Revenue. He previously served as a staff attorney in the Litigation Division of the Louisiana Department of Revenue, Hearing Officer in the Audit Protest Bureau of the Louisiana Department of Revenue, and Appeals Officer in the Office of Appeals of the Internal Revenue Service.

Mr. Hansen received his B.S. in Management from the Louisiana State University Ourso College of Business and his J.D. from the Louisiana State University Hebert School of Law. He is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association (Tax Section) and the Baton Rouge Bar Association.

 

Peggy N. Parker

Sales Tax Research Analyst, Tax Administration Division

Louisiana Department of Revenue

Peggy Parker is a sales tax research analyst in the Tax Administration of the Louisiana Department of Revenue. She previously served as an audit reviewer in the Audit Review Division of the Louisiana Department of Revenue, an auditor in the Field Audit Sales Tax Division, and revenue tax auditor in the Sales Tax Division of the Louisiana Department of Revenue. Ms. Parker received her B.S. in Business Education from the Louisiana State University Ourso College of Business and completed the CPA Preparatory Program at LSU.


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