At this week's North Carolina Association of CPA's (NCACPA) 68th Annual Symposium, Smith Anderson partner, Steve Parascandola, facilitated a practical and timely discussion on the state's current economic development climate and trends in North Carolina. His presentation focused on information of particular interest to financial professionals, including the role of tax and non-tax incentives in economic development.
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"North Carolina continues to grow with the private, non-profit and governmental sectors all playing a role" said Mr. Parascandola. "Understanding all of the dynamics involved in sustaining this trend, including the role of incentives, will continue to be of critical importance in our state."
The NCACPA brings together financial and accounting professionals to share information and stay informed about industry best practices. The Annual Symposium offers members an opportunity to learn about industry trends and issues affecting financial practitioners. In addition to economic development, other break-out sessions addressed timely tax and financial issues impacting individuals and businesses.
Mr. Parascandola has broad experience in various aspects of regulatory matters at both the State and Federal levels. He also has had significant experience in economic development and real estate development matters.