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Business Aviation Taxes: Planning & Impact Virtual Study Group
Business aviation professionals in flight departments, charter operations, and aircraft management companies must understand complex state and federal tax issues, as well as know how to balance tax considerations with FAA regulations and company budgets. This eight week online course will identify and explain these important topics through the use of webinar presentations and facilitated online discussion with presenters.
Webinars will be presented on Tuesdays from 1:00-2:30pm ET and the facilitated discussion of the webinar topic will take place the Thursday of the same week, from 1:00-2:00pm ET. The webinar will be recorded and available for viewing at a later time for Attendees who are unable to attend the live webinar presentation. The facilitated discussion also will be available for Attendees for review, consideration and comment.
This Virtual Study Group is designed for any individual currently managing, or aspiring to manage, any aspect of business aviation operations, including flight department managers, pilots, maintenance managers and technicians, schedulers, dispatchers, flight attendants, aircraft management company executives, and charter operators. Other business aviation professionals interested in expanding their knowledge and skills in aviation tax planning and tax impacts on flight department financial planning and budgeting are encouraged to attend.
Knowledge & Skills Objectives
Attendees of this Business Aviation Taxes: Planning & Impact virtual study group will learn about and develop skill in:
1. Balancing aviation tax and regulatory requirements that impact business aircraft owners and operators, such as FAA, IRS and SEC
2. Strategies for monitoring and controlling revenues and expenses
3. Using accounting reports as a tool for monitoring and controlling
4. Adhering to generally accepted accounting principles
5. Regulatory requirements when dealing with internal and external cost allocations
6. Cost recovery planning
7. Managing taxation requirements
8. Monitoring and interpreting budget deviations and trends and taking corrective action.
Candidates for the NBAA Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) credential may earn X point(s) towards their CAM application or CAM recertification by attending this NBAA Business Aviation Taxes: Planning & Impact virtual study group.
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