Bitcoin, tax reform part of local business conference


Wright State University will host a conference later this month focusing on several financial issues.

The fourth annual LIFT2Symposium will address the issues of Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, tax reform and retirement planning, among other topics, according to the university.

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The conference will start at 8 a.m. on March 23 and the schedule for the symposium is available on Wright State’s website.

Students will have to pay $25 to register for the symposium and advance general admission costs $125 while same-day registration will cost $150, according to WSU.

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The two keynote speakers for the symposium are Michael Finke, dean and chief academic officer at The American College of Financial Services, and Gary Wagner, vice president and senior regional officer of the Cincinnati Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

Wagner will speak about the economic data considered by the Federal Reserve and meaningful trends and forecasts for domestic and global economic growth, according to Wright State.



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