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Get up to date on recent developments and changes related to Louisiana business tax incentives and credits that have occurred this year, as well as some possible proposals that may arise during 2017. Learn about the many revisions made by the legislature and the executive branch. Countless issues, business incentives, and credits have been studied this year by several task forces and commissions, some of whom have made recommendations for changes. Spend some time finding out how these legislative tax changes may impact you and your clients or employer.
Meet the Speaker
Don Allison, CPA
Don is a partner in Advantous Consulting, L.L.C. in Baton Rouge. Advantous provides a variety of consulting services, including those related to Louisiana state and local taxes, Louisiana state and local business incentives, lobbying, and governmental affairs.
Don has over 30 years of experience in all varieties of Louisiana state and local tax issues. Before starting Advantous, Don spent eight years as a Senior Manager in the State and Local Tax Practice of KPMG, LLP. During his career, he also worked as the tax lobbyist for the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, where he lobbied and managed state and local taxation issues for the Louisiana general business community before the state legislature, many state agencies, and several regulatory boards and commissions. Prior to LABI, Don spent eight years as CFO for Cajun Contractors, Inc. in Baton Rouge.
Don is a member of the Louisiana Sales Tax Streamlining and Modernization Commission. He was a very active participant in the 2015 and 2016 legislative sessions, providing advice and guidance related to many of Louisiana’s incentives programs. He works very closely with leadership of the Louisiana Department of Economic Development and of the Louisiana Department of Revenue, and with many legislative leaders, regarding administration of, and potential changes to, Louisiana’s incentives programs and other state/local tax laws, rules, and regulations.