Want to learn to keep more of your hard-earned money? Want to learn to reduce your tax bill?
The PIOGA Tax Committee is pleased to partner with Arnett Carbis Toothman (ACT), to host a special oil and gas tax and accounting seminar from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The course will offer 6.0 CLE credits for attorneys licensed in Pennsylvania and West Virginia as well as 7.2 hours of CPE for accountants (see NASBA registry sponsor information below). The fee for this one-day seminar, which includes all handout materials, meals, and beverages, is $250 per person for PIOGA members and $350 for non-PIOGA members.
The overall coverage of such a variety of technical topics for the oil and gas industry is not found in any other single location and definitely not in a one day event such as this. Plan to attend; you will not be disappointed in the value of your participation.
What will be covered in the seminar?
This year'sseminar will cover all financial reporting as well as federal, state, and local taxes that we face in the oil and gas industry.This interactive seminar by the Arnett Carbis Toothman associates will highlight specific topics and show you how each topic relates to current happenings in the industry and how they interact with each other. Planning will be emphasized and you will be able to ask specific questions or have input during the presentations.A detailed outline of each technical session topic will be provided on site including an extensive resource section with support for tax topics covered as well as general industry information such as a detailed glossary of industry terms and a listing of geological formations where gas and oil are produced.
Examples of specific topics to be covered during our current oil and gas economic situation include actions to consider instead of waiting for prices and demand to return, analysis of what you have, where it should be and who should own and control it now and in the future. Balancing owner desires and financial risk and bankruptcy potential for you and others will also be covered.
Come and hearabout theoil and gas industry in theAppalachian area learn aboutwhat actually happens when leases are obtained, wells are drilled, and gas, oil and liquids are produced and sold. Detailed information will be provided concerning Pennsylvania income and production taxes based on presenter experience and meetings with the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.
This seminar will be beneficial to not onlyaccountants and attorneys - butbankers, insurance agents, royalty owners and investors will also get value out of this seminar.
Don Nestor, CPA; Kevin Highlander, CPA; Charlene Tenney, ACT Business Outsourcing Supervisor - Oil and Gas; Ryan Nestor, CPA, CGMA; Bill Phillips, CPA; J. Marlin Witt, CPA, CFP, CGMA; Benjamin Ellis, Director of IT; Scott Stone, Chief Information Officer
Click here to REGISTER ONLINE (preferred method)
Click here to download the REGISTATION FORM.Deadline to register is November 23, 2015.Payment must be received prior to the seminar.
NASBA Field of Study (for accountants):Accounting (1.4), Taxes (2.8), Information Technology (1.0), Specialized Knowledge (2.0)
Instructional Delivery Method:Group Live
Advanced Preparation Needed:None
Program Level: Update
o To review existing oil and gas tax and accounting principles and/or application of those principles
o To update attendees on any changes within the industry
o To apply principles to every day oil and gas producers
o To provide the most up-to-date and accurate planning tools
Should you have any questions, please contact Danielle Boston at email@example.com. If you have specific questions concerning the technical issues to be covered during the seminar, or if you would like a particular item to be covered during the presentation, please contact Don Nestor or any other associate at Arnett Carbis Toothman at 1-800-924-0729.
Arnett Carbis Toothman LLP is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsor (Sponsor ID: 137500). State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its web site: www.learningmarket.org.
For more information regarding refunds, program cancellation policies, or for any other concerns, please contact Danielle Boston at (724) 933-7306 ext. 28 or Danielle@pioga.org.