- Modernization update
- Tax management division update
- Recent and upcoming changes
- Economic update
- 2022 legislative update
- Sneak peak at tax year 2023
CPAs and other business professionals
To provide an update on 2022 Iowa tax legislative issues
Note: This seminar will only be available via live webcast
Mary Mosiman has served as Iowa’s Auditor of State since May 13, 2013. She serves the state as the “taxpayer’s watchdog” and her office is responsible for the audits of state agencies, counties, cities, school districts and other governmental subdivisions. Mary oversees the required guidelines that are provided to CPA firms performing governmental audits and plays a major role in fraud investigations around the state. Previously, Mary served for two years as a Deputy in the Secretary of State’s Office and ten years as the elected Story County Auditor. She graduated from Iowa State University with a bachelor’s degree in business/accounting and is a CPA. She is a member of the ISCPA, the AICPA, the National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers (NASACT), the Ames Morning Rotary and the Ames Chamber of Commerce.
Robin Anderson is the State Chief Economist and Division Administrator for the research and policy division at the Iowa Department of Revenue. In her role as Division Administrator, Robin oversees four policy directors, who lead and drive tax policy administration within the Department. She also oversees the Research team. The Research Bureau produces fiscal estimates, reviews and administers tax credits, and produces economic and tax forecasts for the Revenue Estimating Conference. In her role as State Chief Economist, Robin oversees revenue and economic forecasting provided to the Revenue Estimating conference. Robin also provides counsel on the Iowa, U.S., and global economy to the executive branch including the Governor’s office, meeting regularly with the Governor and providing briefings. Robin worked at Principal Financial Group as a senior economist, reporting to the Chief Global Economist, from 2011 and 2020. Prior to that, she worked as an economist at the U.S. Census Bureau. Robin has numerous speaking engagements in the U.S., from Deadwood, South Dakota to New York. In her role at Principal Financial Group, Robin did a variety of print interviews for news agencies including Bloomberg, CNBC, and the Wall Street Journal.
Tim Reilly is an attorney with the Iowa Department of Revenue. He serves as the Department’s legislative liaison and administrative rules coordinator and specialize in sales and use tax law.
Non-Member Price $79.00
Member Price $49.00