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Business Entity Tax Update  

CATEGORY: Taxation
8 CPE Credits
Level: Update

With so much uncertainty in the area of business entity taxation when advising business clients, this business entity tax update webinar is a must-attend event! The full day Business Entity Tax Update webinar will focus on providing practical advice for tax practitioners serving small business clients. Topics covered include: 

  • Late breaking legislative tax law changes as they occur including possible tax rate changes for  C corporations and the possible changes to the IRC 199A Deduction for qualifying businesses and pass-thru entities 
  • Other changes impacting business entities brought about by COVID-19 related provisions including qualified improvement property QIP
  • The impact of the recent tax law changes with an emphasis on changes brought about by Paid Sick and Family Leave (and related credits), ARPA, employer payroll tax credits, Employee Retention Credit (ERC), tax consequences of PPP loans, modifications to the NOL rules, court cases, and IRS guidance, pronouncements, clarifications, and updates 
  • Updates on tax law changes impacting business entities including sole proprietorships, C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs 
  • Changes and clarifications to aspects of the Cares Act and ARPA including IRC Section 179, Bonus Depreciation, deductibility of business interest limitations, and many other changes
  • Compensation planning and choice of entity considerations in light of recent tax law changes and IRC 199A Deduction. 

Value added tax planning ideas will be discussed throughout this live interactive webinar. Real world practical examples will be discussed. The course will highlight new court rulings, regulations, and other updates relevant to small business tax advisors. 

Instructor: Chris Province
Instructor assignments are fluid and subject to change.

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