Register for the National Restaurant Association's 2022 Finance, Tax & Audit Exchange

The conference runs July 26-28 in Dallas and was crafted by and for restaurant industry professionals in charge of finance, tax and internal auditing.
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Crafted by and for restaurant industry professionals in charge of finance, tax and internal auditing, the National Restaurant Association’s 2022 FinTax & Internal Audit conference is built with your challenges in mind. Whether you need guidance on tax changes, or direction on handling the impact of rising inflation and supply chain costs, this conference is your window into what fellow restaurant industry leaders are doing and which strategies work best. Throughout the conference, you’ll have access to finance-, tax- and I.A-specific sessions for focused learning, participate in strategic discussions, network with peers from other brands, and maybe even work in a round or two of Topgolf.  Join us, July 26-28, Dallas. Register.

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