The Broadband Tax Institute was established in 1986 to facilitate communication and cooperation among its members on tax issues and developments that affect the cable and telecommunications industry. Our members are generally employees and consultants of cable, satellite, telephone & Internet companies.
The institute is currently comprised of approximately 250 industry members and associate consultants who meet annually to discuss emerging tax issues and solutions in all areas of tax practice including property, sales/use, and income taxes.
EXPAND YOUR KNOWLEDGE — BTI membership provides unmatched opportunities to learn about the latest issues & concerns related to Broadband Tax.
ANNUAL CONFERENCE — BTI hosts an Annual Conference each year, and from time to time will engage in special projects for the benefit of BTI's members.
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY — Each year we update the BTI Directory to include all current members,
State & Regional Associations, along with additional information to help you network with other telecommunications professionals.
As beneficial as membership is for industry professionals, it is even more so for consulting firms serving and supporting these members. When becoming a BTI sponsor, you will have the opportunity to network within a wide variety of individuals and agencies.
Sponsoring our Annual Conference allows you the opportunity to establish key relationships with BTI's Board of Directors and other professionals within the Broadband industry. During each sponsored event/conference, your company will be recognized and you will have the opportunity to meet those in attendance.
A new study commissioned by BTI shows that states can increase employment, economic output, and broadband penetration by eliminating sales taxes on network equipment purchases.
Our Annual Conference is held in the Fall of each year at locations of distinction. The BTI prides itself on the quality of its host facilities and the technical presentations, which qualify for continuing education credits for CPAs and attorneys.