Top 5 Reasons to Attend 2022 Comply & Connect: Reporting

Wendy Walker
June 7, 2022

Every year you are invited to attend dozens of different industry conferences, with many offering high-impact keynote speakers and a great depth of potential insights into our industry. How do you evaluate the true worth to your employer in terms of a return on investment?

Comply & Connect: Reporting is the industry’s premier conference for information on emerging trends in tax, regulatory reporting and compliance. This year, it takes place in Washington D.C. from November 9-11. We’ve highlighted why the conference will benefit your organization.

Conferences educate teams

Learning is one of the most obvious reasons for attending a conference. It gives you the chance to listen to industry leaders and professionals and provides the opportunity to ask them questions in a face-to-face environment, which you can’t get from reading an article or listening to a podcast from inside your office. The 2022 Comply & Connect conference offers a myriad of educational opportunities including dedicated product training sessions, breakout sessions led by industry experts on a variety of topics, like impacts in tax reporting to retirement accounts or preparing for expanded reporting of Form 1099-K. There is also the opportunity to earn more than 13 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits.

Conferences promote networking

Your peers provide a valuable resource of ideas, best practices, insights and contacts that are essential to grow your career. The 2022 Comply & Connect conference offers several dedicated times to collaborate directly with your peers, including industry-focused networking breakout sessions and planned group events that will encourage you to make meaningful connections with your colleagues.

Conferences feature the best technological solutions

With technology changing at an ever-faster pace, it is vital to spend time with industry suppliers who understand the landscape and offer bespoke solutions to everyday problems. Conferences offer an unrivaled chance to meet with some of the top tax technology solution providers in the industry.

Conferences empower employees

Events are a fantastic way to step outside our daily routine and inspire creative ways of thinking and tackling issues. Comply & Connect will enable you to bring back valuable strategies and ideas to your company through panel discussions led by tax leaders from some of the largest financial institutions, insurance companies and multinational corporations.

Conferences save organizations money

Learning from real success stories means you will save time and money trying to figure out what works – you avoid the expense of trial and error. Comply & Connect speakers will challenge you to think critically about your organizational policies and processes and will provide you with actionable advice and takeaways.

Comply & Connect: Reporting showcases experts addressing top changes and challenges your business faces in tax withholding and information reporting compliance. This conference will educate your teams, provide ample networking opportunities, feature the best technological solutions, empower your employees and save you money. What more reason do you need to sign up today?

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Wendy Walker

Wendy Walker is the principal of Tax Information Reporting solutions at Sovos. She has more than 15 years of tax operations management and tax compliance experience with emphasis in large financial institutions, having held positions with CTI Technologies (a division of IHS Markit), Zions Bancorporation and JP Morgan Chase. Wendy has served as a member of several prominent industry advisory boards. She graduated with a BS in Process Engineering from Franklin University and earned her MBA from Ohio Dominican University, in Columbus, Ohio.
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