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The 2018 Georgia Tax Forum Savannah provides you with the knowledge and skills you need to survive the upcoming tax season. Georgia’s leading taxation event brings you the most up-to-date information on changes in tax law that impact you and your clients.
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Event ID: #13063
CPE: 8.0 credits
Total Price: $330.00
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The 2018 Georgia Tax Forum Savannah provides you with the knowledge and skills you need to survive the upcoming tax season. Georgia’s leading taxation event brings you the most up-to-date information on changes in tax law that impact you and your clients, including Tax Reform, Section 199A Business Income Deduction, international tax, state and federal tax, trusts and estate plans, and tax controversy.
While businesses across many different industries are structured as partnerships, the structure is particularly common in the real estate and private equity sectors. The discussion will outline several key partnership-related provisions and highlight several consequences these provisions may have on partners both in terms of annual operations as well as future capital transactions.
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The U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair reversing Quill's physical presence requirement. This decision is already having a sweeping impact on both businesses that sell to out-of-state customers and on CPA consulting and compliance practices that will try to help clients navigate the impact of this decision. Discuss practical approaches to help clients assess how the Wayfair decision will affect their multistate tax compliance processes.
What are the implications of cryptocurrency for a tax practice? A rapidly changing digital world requires us to adapt and utilize technology for the benefit of our clients, business and society. As a disruptive technology, how does blockchain provide accounting with the leverage to accomplish transparency, validation, and trust in decentralized systems? Does the new technology have potential use beyond accounting for cryptocurrencies?
Take a deep dive of new and old rules and examples of the new law and unclear situations for meals and entertainment, fringe benefits, club dues and memberships, transportation, cash method changes, 263A changes, revenue recognition, and unreimbursed employee expenses. Discuss how these updates impact businesses.
Despite budget constraints and key vacancies, the IRS continues to target international issues and assert large penalties. The IRS is focused on FBAR violations, expanded foreign asset reporting duties, taxpayers who ceased participation in voluntary disclosure programs, implementation of FATCA weapons, deprivation of passports for tax debtors, automatic penalties for late information returns, compliance initiatives targeting foreign investors in U.S. rental property, foreign trusts, gifts to U.S. persons by expatriates, the new repatriation tax, and more. Review the latest international issues, cases, and rulings to stay updated on this ever-changing area.
Panelists Art Auerbach and Anson Asbury will respond to moderator questions to see who can find $64,000 of tax answers in the Section 199A regulations, the new Georgia Partnership Audit Rules, or the latest guidance from the IRS on charitable contribution substantiation.
Explore the effects of the use of trusts to maximize income tax benefits under the new Tax Act such as minimizing state income taxation and maximizing income tax basis step-up benefits. Also discuss the consequences of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act with focus on the increase in the Basic Exclusion Amount and how it impacts the traditional estate planning paradigm.
Discuss trending issues and what tax practitioners need to know about the Examination and Collection Divisions of the Internal Revenue Service. Review tools that are essential for any tax practitioner who represents clients in connection with tax audits or collection alternatives before the Internal Revenue Service, as well as potential advice you may render to clients and potential strategies you can use.
While all taxpayers can expect changes to their taxes, those who are considering a divorce have even more to think about. Take a deeper dive into the areas impacted by these changes, such as alimony, itemized deductions, dependency exemptions and child tax credits.
Live from Savannah Art and Anson will recreate their video CPE series Tax Talk with Art and Anson live, covering the latest pronouncements and developments from the IRS as you get ready for the first tax season under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Regular viewers of their on-demand series know there will be opinions, predictions, and maybe even some warnings alongside the latest tax news and trends.
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