Arkansas Sales & Use Tax School: New Faculty and 2021 Seminars Coming Up

For professionals needing an introduction or deep dive into Arkansas sales tax, the Arkansas Sales & Use Tax School will hold sales tax seminars in Little Rock August 26-27 and in Fort Smith September 30-October 1. Faculty will be Jeff Simmons from the SALT Group of Arkansas and DDH attorney Matt Boch. Interested attendees can register by completing the registration form. Seats are limited. [More]

Free Webinar: New Arkansas Tax Legislation & What It Means for Your Business

With the legislative session wrapping up, Dover Dixon Horne member Matt Boch and Arkansas Department of Finance Assistant Commissioner Paul Gehring will present a webinar to discuss new Arkansas tax legislation passed by the 93rd General Assembly. The webinar is being provided by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce as part of its RechARge Arkansas series. Matt and Paul will cover the new tax laws and with a focus on how they will impact your business. [More]

Mike Parker and Matt Boch to Speak at the ASCPA Federal Tax Institute in Little Rock on December 6

DDH attorneys Mike Parker and Matt Boch will be speaking on state tax topics at the 58th annual Federal Tax Institute, which is sponsored by the Arkansas Society of CPAs and the Arkansas Bar Association. The conference, which covers an array of federal and state tax topics, will be at the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Little Rock on December 5 and 6. [More]

Register for the State Chamber's Arkansas Tax Conference on November 19

The Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce is convening its second Arkansas Tax Conference on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, at the Statehouse Convention Center. Register here! This biennial conference, which is held in years following legislative sessions, is the only conference that truly focuses on the issues surrounding the Arkansas tax world. It provides attendees with a chance to hear from and interact with leading tax administrators, policymakers, and practitioners. And coming off of 2019's Arkansas Tax Reform, there will be a lot to talk about, both about changes made and what to look for going forward. [More]