American Institute on Federal Taxation

The programs of the Institute present in lecture and outline form practical analysis and plans for dealing with current federal tax problems. The Board of Trustees is composed of certified public accountants and attorneys representing the entire spectrum of tax practice in order to ensure that all viewpoints are represented in planning the program.

41st Annual American Institute on Federal Taxation

June 21 - 23, 2017

On behalf of the American Institute on Federal Taxation, it is a pleasure to extend to you our personal invitation to the 41st Annual Institute, which will be held on Wednesday, June 21 through Friday, June 23 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Hoover, Alabama.

Our 2017 program includes many of the best speakers in the country. It has been a tradition of the AIFT to provide the highest caliber tax program presenting and explaining the latest tax strategies, updates, legislative forecasts and planning techniques. The goal of the Institute is to provide you with the resources and information you need to best serve your clients.

Registration is available by clicking the Register button above, or by calling 205-348-3000. Once registration and payment are received, you will receive an email confirming your registration. For more information, please contact Pamela Harvey at pharvey@ccs.ua.edu or Emily Holifield at eholifield@ccs.ua.edu.

The Board of Trustees looks forward to seeing you at the 41st Annual American Institute on Federal Taxation.

Sincerely,

Henry H. Hutchinson and Janet A. Moore
AIFT Co-Chairs

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About Us


The American Institute on Federal Taxation, founded in 1976, is a tax-exempt organization whose function is to advance the knowledge of federal taxation through programs of study. The programs of the Institute present in lecture and outline form practical analysis and plans for dealing with current federal tax problems. The Board of Trustees is composed of certified public accountants and attorneys representing the entire spectrum of tax practice in order to ensure that all viewpoints are represented in planning the program. The speakers who appear at the Institute are highly proficient in their respective area of federal taxation and, of equal importance, are outstanding public speakers. The program outlines for the Institute are prepared by the speakers.