Lunch & Learn: Current Developments in Louisiana Sales and Use Tax (LL418)
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This popular annual update on the current state of the sales and use tax in Louisiana will include recent developments in case law and regulatory and administrative matters and any possible new enactments by the Louisiana Legislature.

8/21/2018
When: 08/21/2018
11:30 AM until 1:10 PM
Where: Via Webcast OR Onsite at LCPA Training Facility, 2400 Veterans Blvd, Ste 500, Kenner, LA 70062
LCPA
880328771394904835
Kenner, Louisiana 
United States
Presenter: Bob Angelico


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LCPA members $48
Non-members $70

Bob Angelico is back with his popular annual update on the current state of the sales and use tax in Louisiana including recent developments in case law and regulatory and administrative matters and any possible new enactments by the Louisiana Legislature. Bob will review audit issues, the state of sales taxation of digital products in Louisiana, and appeals of sales tax disputes will be discussed. He will also include a brief nuts and bolts of how the sales and use tax works in Louisiana discussion. 

Category: Taxation

Meet Our Presenter

Robert S. "Bob" Angelico, CPA, JD

Bob is president and managing partner of Liskow & Lewis. He is a nationally known business lawyer with years of experience helping top-tier companies with sophisticated state and local tax issues throughout Louisiana. As the head of the firm's tax practice group, Bob works to minimize the taxes of his clients, which include manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers, non-profits, construction businesses and other entities of all types and sizes.

Clients frequently rely on Bob to represent them in state and local tax audits and administrative appeals as alternatives to the court system. Bob works extensively with the Louisiana Department of Revenue, Louisiana Tax Commission, Louisiana Board of Tax Appeals and local taxing authorities around the state. In addition, he represents clients involved in state tax litigation, and parish and local tax litigation, at both the trial and appellate court levels.

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Stephen Tullos • Compliance & Cybersecurity Team Leader
Perryn Olson, CPSM • IT Business Consultant
My IT, LLC • Metairie, LA

Today’s SMBs cannot afford to ignore cybersecurity and think they are immune to a hacker’s wrath just because they are too small for a hacker to notice. Trying to fly under the radar is not a way to protect your company or yourself. Although not technically trained in IT or cybersecurity, often the responsibility and oversight of cybersecurity falls on accounting’s shoulders. This enlightening presentation will debunk common myths about cybersecurity; discuss ways SMBs can prevent a cyber-attack; reveal the #1 cyber-risk in your company; and review the ROI of cybersecurity.

Category: Specialized Knowledge

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Greg Booth, CPA • Director
Postlethwaite & Netterville, APAC • New Orleans, LA

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Ralph Litolff Jr., CPA, CFF, ABV, CVA, MBA • Founder
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Category: Accounting & Auditing

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Karen Johnson, CPA, CGMA, MBA • Owner
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Category: Personal Development

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Claire Joyce, CPA • Associate Director
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Category: Management

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