Tax Update for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and their Owners (BSTX)

Lance Weiss, CPA, CVA, Ian Redpath, Esq., LL.M, Brian J. O’Sullivan, CPA, CVA, Michael J. Tucker, CPA, LL.M. (moderator)
  • 3
  • Update
  • Taxes

Individual course: $99
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As the year 2016 comes to an end, tax practitioners look for new tax developments that can help their small and medium-sized business clients and the owners of these businesses. This program focuses on new business-related tax developments that can be employed during 2016 to help businesses and business owners reduce their tax liability. This program will update you so that you will be prepared to discuss and implement new business-related tax developments occurring during 2016.  

Major Topics:

  • New tax legislation that impacts small and medium-sized businesses in 2016 and 2017 
  • Tax provisions expiring after 2016 and prospects for their renewal
  • Depreciation and expensing rules for 2016 and 2017
  • Case law impacting small and medium-sized businesses and business owners
  • New IRS regulations and pronouncements impacting small and medium-sized businesses and their owners
  • Planning strategies that can be implemented in 2016 that can save business clients tax dollars in 2016 and after 

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how new tax law developments impact businesses and business owners
  • Apply new tax law developments so as to save tax for businesses and their owners

Any tax practitioner who wishes to understand the latest tax changes relating to small and medium-sized businesses and their owners, and any tax practitioner who wishes to understand the latest planning strategies to help business owners avoid or minimize income tax in 2016 and after

Basic understanding of the tax rules impacting individuals and pass-through entities 




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