Date: September 19, 2017
Time: 7:30am - 11:00am
Event Type: Seminar
This trio of presentations will update accountants and financial planners on topics affecting their clients. Attorneys from Stein Sperling’s Tax Law and Business departments will offer three sessions for a total of 3 CPE credits.
Presented by David De Jong, LL.M., CPA
If “tax reform” comes this year or next, who will be the winners and losers? To what extent might President Trump benefit himself by proposed changes? Might a C corporation once again become the entity of choice? And will there really be simplification of the Internal Revenue Code? This session will look at the possible future of federal taxation.
Presented by Mark Schweighofer, LL.M.
We are short months away from the start of the new regime for partnership and LLC audits in 2018. Who can opt out of unified audit proceedings? Should an eligible entity run fast from the new rules? What are the deadlines? This session will focus on the unique structure of unified audits and available choices.
Presented by Donald Sperling, J.D., and Eric J. Rollinger, J.D., CPA
Most individuals believe that creating a limited liability entity provides absolute protection from creditors. However, the corporate/LLC veil may be quite thin in certain circumstances. This session will address exceptions to limited liability such as personal guarantees and unpaid trust taxes and how you and your clients might further insulate yourselves from personal liability.
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