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.


The registration fee for this program is $475 per person until June 1st.  All registration after the early bird price is $525, and both come with electronic access to download the conference materials.  For an additional $100, participants will receive a printed notebook with outlines of the presentations.


First time attendee discount is available for $250. One day registration is available for $300. A $400 group rate is available for companies registering three or more participants.  To receive the group discount, registrations must be submitted at the same time.

Program Changes

The program reserves the right to cancel, postpone sections, or make instructor changes.

Refund Policy

Cancellations received after June 5, 2020, will be charged a $250 processing fee.

Educational Tax Deduction

Treasury regulations may permit an income tax deduction for educational expenses (registration fees, travel, meals and lodging) undertaken to maintain or improve professional skills.

Request for Accommodations

The University of Alabama is committed to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Requests for accommodation of physical and/or dietary needs should be made at least 30 calendar days in advance of the program date. Please email your request to

For more information, contact Keslie Fendley, Program Manager, at or 205-348-2325.