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The CFO/Controllers Conference is an exciting event attracting financial decision-makers (CPAs and non-CPAs) from a broad range of companies and organizations throughout Central Texas. The conference is organized to cover eight topics in fast-paced, 50-minute presentations. It is one of the most highly rated conferences by participants every year.

This year’s CFO/Controllers Conference will be held on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at the Norris Conference Center Austin and will offer a variety of topics for eight hours of interesting and relevant continuing education. Early registration and electronic document discounts will be available and, as always, continental breakfast and lunch is provided to attendees.

Early Bird Rate: Save $30 if you register on/before Friday, August 31, 2018!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER SECURELY ONLINE
• TSCPA Members & Non-CPAs:
$225 (Early), $255 (Regular)
• CPA Non-Members: $365 (Early), $395 (Regular)

Sponsors Needed! If you would like to consider sponsorship of this year’s CFO/Controllers Conference, please click here for our Corporate Sponsorship Agreement.

Here is our current lineup of speakers for this year’s conference. Please check back occasionally for updates:

USING COOL DASHBOARDS TO DRIVE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
Philip Campbell, CPA
New Business Intelligence software is making it easier than ever before to create powerful dashboards and visual insights. In this session, Philip will show you specific examples of interactive dashboards that are fun and easy to create. Dashboards that get attention. Dashboards that can help drive financial improvement by shining a light on the metrics that matter. This new breed of BI software is the killer tool for CFOs and finance professionals who want to make history rather than just record it. Turning data into visual insight is an exciting step toward playing a more strategic role in creating a bigger and brighter financial future for you and for your organization.

EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE
Judy Osborn, Attorney at Law
The current administration in Washington, D.C. is rolling back regulations, creating a more business-friendly environment. What’s an employer to do in this time of transition? Throw in last year’s #MeToo movement—not to mention confusion over whether sexual orientation, gender identity and transgender are protected characteristics—and employers need to stay on their toes to be in compliance and take advantage of beneficial changes in the laws.

THE TOP FIVE TAX ISSUES FACING CFOs & CONTROLLERS IN 2018 & BEYOND
Blaise C. Bender, CGMA, CPA, JD, Blaise C. Bender, PC
This session will discuss the top five tax issues facing CFOs and Controllers. The topics will also examine planning issues CFOs and Controllers may need to address in the future as well.

If you have any questions, please contact Kaira Tanwar.