College of Business Hosts Tax Revenue Generation & Utilization Conference
25-Oct-2017 | News

The Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) College of Business & Public Administration is hosting a Tax Generation and Utilization Conference for parish presidents, mayors and other public officials. The conference is scheduled from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 in the Conference Center.

With the theme “Impact on Citizen’s Standard of Living,” the conference will feature accountants, bankers, government officials and academia who will discuss economic, social and political impacts of tax revenues on standard of living of citizens. There also will be sufficient time allowed for participants to ask questions, discuss their challenges and learn from their peers.

The free conference is designed for parish presidents, treasurers, finance officers, bankers, commercial lenders, tax practitioners, government officials, local and parish workers, taxpayers and preparers of all classes.

The College of Business is sponsoring the free conference as a community service with funding from a Louisiana Board of Regents grant.

For information, contact Dr. Simeon O. Okpechi, professor of Accounting, at 504-286-5305 or 504-286-5303.


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