Day two of the KSCPA 71st Annual Kansas Tax Conference, November 19, offers 8 hours of recommended CPE credit. The Conference addresses the latest issues to help attendees effectively handle any tax challenge.
CPAs, attorneys, and tax practitioners in public practice, business, industry, government, education, and nonprofit.
To update attendees on the latest tax-related developments affecting individuals and businesses.
8:10-9:50 am - 2021 Federal Tax Legislation Mark Sellner, CPA, JD, LLM (taxation), Owner, Sellner Tax Consulting, LLC Field of Study: Taxation (2)
10:00-10:50 am - Virtual Currency Aaron Joifrita, Special Agent, Cybercrimes Coordinator - Criminal Investigation, Internal Revenue Service Nora Beltran, Project Manager - Small Business/Self-Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications (1)
11:05-11:55 am - 3 Keys to Attract and Retain Top Talent Jon Lokhorst, CPA, ACC, Leadership Coach & Consultant, Lokhorst Consulting LLC Field of Study: Personal Development (limited to 30%) (1)
12:40-1:30 pm - Cyber Security Greg Kelley, ENCE, DFCP, Chief Technology Officer, Vestige Digital Investigations Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications (1)
1:40-2:30 pm - Taxes and Planning Opportunities After the SECURE and CARES Acts Carlos Dias, Jr., President and Founder, Dias Wealth Field of Study: Taxation (1)
2:45-4:25 pm - Employee Retention Credit Ed Zollars, CPA, Partner, Thomas Zollars & Lynch, Ltd. Field of Study: Taxation (2)
Working knowledge of and interest in taxation strategy.