20th Annual Subchapter S Bank Association Conference

  Don't Miss Out on the #1 Conference for Sub S Banks! The Subchapter S Bank Association Conference scheduled for Oct 26-27 on the banks of the San Antonio River is the industry's go to place for the best information and thinking on Sub S and related community bank issues. This year's conference will have significant coverage and discussion about tax reform and other important legislative and regulatory developments. We anticipate that a bill will be on file by the Conference date and a talented group of professionals will be on hand to dissect and help you with strategies for the future. GET INSIGHT INTO TRENDS AND INNOVATIONS. Choose from break out sessions to tailor content to your level of expertise.  Mingle with the industry's best at a networking reception and meet representatives from our long list of sponsors and co-hosts, ranging from tax, accounting and investment firms to  companies helping community bankers as the core of their business. View the Agenda Here! Don't delay.  The Subchapter S Bank Association looks forward to hosting you in San Antonio, Texas during a landmark time for S corp banks!    Read more

Tax Reform Train Ready to Leave Station

Tax Reform Train Ready to Leave Station Leadership of the House, Senate and the White House issued the attached statement late last week which confirms an agreement among them on a way to move forward with meaningful tax reform. While the statement is short, it is very powerful and provides us assurance that the key rate reduction provisions of the House Plan or the President's position are being preserved. We have been in discussions with all of these parties, including White House tax and banking staff and believe that the agreement will provide a basis for accomplishing meaningful tax reform this fall. We just returned from 2 days of meetings in Washington on this subject and had been clued in that such an agreement was forthcoming, but perhaps not until after recess. It's announcement now is a harbinger for good things to come. We must redouble our efforts to continue to make certain Sub S Bank's and their shareholders are protected as the legislative process on Tax Reform moves forward and that our Small Business Capital Access Bill, HR 2339 and its soon to be Senate companion are included in the Tax Reform draft that is introduced. We encourage you to support this effort by asking your member of Congress to co-sponsor and to consider making a contribution so we can afford to continue our efforts in Washington and elsewhere this summer and fall. For further information contact Amy Willcox, Patrick J Kennedy, Jr. or Dub Sutherland. Amy Willcox 210.802.4285 Patrick J. Kennedy, Jr. 210.228.4431 Dub Sutherland 210.228.4444  Read more