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New 2018 Tax Laws for Business Aviation – Tom Alston

Webinar: New 2018 Tax Laws for Business Aviation

Aircraft sales tax and how to legally avoid paying it on aircraft is a hot topic right now with the way tax laws have changed. Are you a corporate jet owner? Or, thinking about the possibility of owning an aircraft for business use? Even a pilot or business manager for someone who uses aircraft for business. If you fit any of those categories, this webinar is for you.

Join Tom Alston, Nate Pietila and John Schmidt as they dive deep into the recent changes in federal tax laws that effect business and corporate aviation and aircraft ownership.

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