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Tax Law Changes - What Accountants and Financial Planners Need to Know Jan. 4 Session

Date: January 4, 2018

Time: 7:30am - 11:00am

Speaker(s): David S. De JongMark W. Schweighofer

Event Type: Seminar

Location: Hilton Garden Inn Rockville-Gaithersburg, 14975 Shady Grove Road, Rockville, Maryland 20850

A tax bill is headed to the President's desk. Find out what it will mean for CPAs and CFPs and their clients. You will be able to pick your desired sesssion, to register for the January 9th session click here

Stein Sperling tax attorneys David De Jong and Mark Schweighofer will review the changes included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: 

Individual changes including:

  • New tax brackets for individuals;
  • Dramatic changes in itemized deductions;
  • Modifications to education incentives;
  • Doubling of estate tax unified credit;
  • Changes in alimony rules; and more

Business changes including:

  • 21% rate for C corporations;
  • Special deduction for unincorporated businesses;
  • Expanded cost recovery;
  • Expansion of cash basis accounting;
  • Business interest deduction limitation;
  • New operating loss rules; and more

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