With months of planning and lots of changes, the NMSCPA is excited for you to attend our Annual New Mexico Tax Conference. For the second time the NMSCPA and the State Bar of New Mexico are collaborating to offer all New Mexico CPA's and Attorney's with the timeliest information needed to prepare you for the 2024 tax season, Legislative Session, and much more. To ensure all members throughout New Mexico have the opportunity to receive this important content, we will be offering this conference both in-person and virtually. 

Below is a glance at this year's amazing lineup of speakers, panelists, and topics. We encourage you to reserve your seat today, as in-person seating is limited. We look forward to seeing you there!
This year's conference has some of the timeliest information needed as we head into tax season. Our Tax Conference continues to get record high ratings and this year may be the best ever! Below you will find our great line up of confirmed speakers. More detailed information to come! 
Please Note: 

Due to seating limitations, requests to switch conference platforms will result in an additional $100 fee. Also, requests to switch platforms will not be accepted after 11/30/2023.

Taxation and Revenue Department Update
Mark Chaiken, Attorney
Dee Wald, Chief Legal Counsel

New Mexico Legislative Update 
Richard Anklam, CPA President & Executive Director New Mexico Tax Research Institute. 
Suzanne Wood Bruckner, CPA & Attorney Sutin Thayer & Browne Lawyers

Federal Political and Legislative Update 
Lauren Pfingstag Vahey,  Congressional Liaison for the Tax Policy Team AICPA 
Scott Woody, Attorney

Artificial Intelligence in Tax Practice
Caitlin Tharp, Associate, Steptoe & Johnson LLP
Travis Thompson, Associate in the Tax and Criminal Defense practice groups with Sideman & Bancroft

Issues in Partnership Mergers 
Jim Hamill, CPA, Ph.D. Director at Reynolds Hix & Co. 
Vincent M. Haslam, J.D., LL.M. 
Upcoming Compliance Hot Topics
Madison R. Jones, J.D., M.B.A.
Lelah Martinez, IRS Senior Stakeholder Liaison

Concurrent Conflict of Interest (Ethics)
Robert J. Desiderio, Attorney


To update CPAs on selected topics in federal and state taxation

Who Will Benefit

All tax practitioners


Category Amount
Ethics 1.50
Tax 7.00