Tax season begins January 29th and ready or not, tax professionals will soon tackle their first sets of returns governed by the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and its evolving regulations. While we are still awaiting guidance on many aspects of the new law, proposed and in some cases, final regulations on key provisions like Section 199A, Opportunity Zone Credits and the business interest expense deduction have answered some questions—and raised many new ones.
On January 24th, Join Forbes tax policy blogger Tony Nitti for the second in his series of monthly live updates leading into tax season. Tony will tackle all of the latest guidance and help you master the calculations, spot opportunities, and avoid pitfalls and traps. A frequent speaker on all aspects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Tony has been following the evolution of this critical law closely since its inception and is ready to help you make sense of it for your clients this season.
Date: January 24, 2019
Time: 2PM – 4PM EST
(Registration will close at 1:30PM on 1/24)
After completing one or more of these courses you’ll be better prepared to:
CPA, MST, Partner
CPE Credit: 2 CPE in Taxes
Program Level: Overview
Registration Fee: $299 per attendee per session
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
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