National Insurance Brokers Association Convention

October 11-12, 2021 | Australia

National Insurance Brokers Association Convention is the insurance industry event of the year, where brokers from all areas come together, regardless of cluster group allegiances, brokerage size and reach, and age of delegates.

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“How much do we owe?” seems like a question that should have a straightforward answer, but for corporate tax professionals, an extensive amount of work can go into that one figure. This work is exacerbated by constantly evolving tax regulations. For corporations operating in the U.S., the impending tax overhaul requires proacti


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