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The 2018 Tax Reform Conference will make you aware of the most recent changes and how to effecively prepare your clients.
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Event ID: #13025
CPE: 8.0 credits
Total Price: $330.00
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Arthur Auerbach, CPA, CGMA
Arthur Auerbach CPA
Discuss updates of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and updates you may have missed during tax season. Address tax rates (play the rate game), net operating losses, depreciation, accounting methods, state conformity, estate and gift changes, section 529 plans, IRA reclassification, mortgage interest deduction, alimony, tax form changes.
Kelly W. Smith, CPA
The state of Georgia passed comprehensive tax reform following the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Learn about the changes coming, international tax and guilty provisions, and FDII provisions for non-residents of Georgia.
Lunch is included in your registration. Please indicate if you plan to attend.
Anson Asbury, J.D., LL.M.
Asbury Law Firm
The effective date of the new federal partnership audit rules is fast approaching, and it’s clear most of our Subchapter K clients (partnerships and multi-member LLCs) have taken a wait-and-see approach because (a) they’re not convinced the new rules apply to them, or (b) they’ve heard the rules might be delayed, or at the very least, altered by a technical corrections bill.
Georgia Department of Labor
Right or wrong, the IRS believes many independent contractors are actually employees and should be treated as such for tax purposes. Discuss ways under which workers will most likely be characterized as employees or as independent contractors, how to assist clients with worker compensation audits, and how to possibly avoid them.
Donald P. Cook
The Georgia Society of CPAs
Explore an up-to-the-minute report from the 2017-18 legislative season from key players.
Hear from a panel of experts about all details to consider while adapting to the tax reform changes coming. From the lenses of both Federal and State, the panel will address communication and how to get responses in a timely manner; appropriateness of tax forms; tax preparation software; and training your staff. Wrap up the day with an overview of all tax reform matters and to have your questions answered in preparation for the coming tax year.
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