"Business in Utah: After AMAX" is the title of the 13th annual tax conference sponsored by the Utah Taxpayers Association on Thursday, April 25, at 8 a.m. in Little America.

The title refers to recent legislation that attempted to equalize property tax assessments after the Utah Supreme Court ruled that AMAX Magnesium Corp. property had been unfairly assessed for tax purposes.Some of the speakers will be State Tax Commission Chairman R. Hal Hansen; Roger O. Tew; Joe Zvonek, KPMG Peat Marwick; and R. Thayne Robson, University of Utah Bureau of Business and Economic Research director.

Presentation of the annual taxpayer advocate award will be made during the noon luncheon.