Tax Reform One Year Later: Determining the Winners and Losers
Incorporating New Provisions and Regulatory Uncertainty in Year-End Tax Planning to Maximize Benefits and Minimize Burdens
A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A
This webinar will offer an in-depth evaluation of the “winners and losers” of the tax reform law, one year after its passage. The panel will offer planning tools to take advantage of the more advantageous terms in the bill and mitigate potential tax issues caused by some of the problematic provisions of the law.
- Tax reform changes that have emerged as having the most significant impact on individual taxpayers
- Partnership and pass-through entity planning
- Principal steps to manage new foreign tax payment and reporting obligations under tax reform
- Estate planning implications
- Primary impact of tax reform changes on individual taxpayers
- Planning uncertainties in light of sunset provisions as well as potential political changes
The panel will discuss these and other critical issues pertaining to the impact of tax reform one year after passage:
- How does tax reform change year-end tax planning considerations?
- Which classes of taxpayers are most impacted by the tax law provisions, and how can year-end planning mitigate any negative effect?
- Ensuring that new international tax provisions and related reporting obligations are taken into account in year-end plans, and beyond
- Impact of tax reform’s increased standard deduction on charitable planning
- Year-end strategies to adjust net operating loss treatment
Mr. Barsky's practice involves a broad range of transactional and general advisory tax law matters, with a focus on... | Read More
Mr. Barsky's practice involves a broad range of transactional and general advisory tax law matters, with a focus on international tax issues. He represents clients in connection with taxable and tax-free M&A transactions, both in the domestic and cross-border contexts. He also advises U.S. businesses on establishing and expanding foreign operations as well as foreign nationals and businesses on establishing and expanding U.S. operations and investing in U.S. real estate. His practice also involves advising foreign nationals on restructuring their business and personal holdings in connection with becoming U.S. residents.Close
Bryan H. Kelly
Mr. Kelly has private practice and Big Four accounting firm experience advising clients on a multitude of tax matters,... | Read More
Mr. Kelly has private practice and Big Four accounting firm experience advising clients on a multitude of tax matters, with an emphasis on the tax considerations relating to cross-border transactions. He advises both U.S.-based and non-U.S.-based multinational organizations across a number of industries, ranging from large, publicly traded companies to start-up ventures, on federal income tax considerations with respect to various inbound and outbound transactions. He has significant experience with inbound investment into the United States. In addition, he regularly coordinates with advisers across multiple jurisdictions to manage the global design and implementation of structuring and restructuring projects.Close
Brian T. Lovett, CPA, JD
Mr. Lovett has extensive experience serving the tax needs of both public companies and closely-held businesses,... | Read More
Mr. Lovett has extensive experience serving the tax needs of both public companies and closely-held businesses, including all aspects of tax compliance for partnerships and corporations. He advises clients with regard to the structure and tax consequences of new business ventures, and assists with restructuring existing businesses for increased tax efficiency. Prior to joining his firm, he was with a “Big 4” accounting firm, working closely with large, multinational real estate investment companies.Close
Kelley C. Miller
Ms. Miller's practice areas include cloud computing, complex federal tax controversies, state and federal... | Read More
Ms. Miller's practice areas include cloud computing, complex federal tax controversies, state and federal tax issues involving closely held entities, state tax planning and litigation and tax planning issues involving E-Commerce, and state nexus. She presents on cloud computing, particularly negotiating SaaS agreements. She also has written and spoken widely on numerous federal and state tax topics for clients representing a broad spectrum of industries, including exempt organizations.Close
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