Slashing Taxes for Small Business Clients: Corps, Partnerships & LLCs

Description

Seating is limited to 18 people

Solid tax planning strategies are essential for your corporate and small business clients. Join us as we explore state-of-the-art planning ideas and tax-saving strategies to keep more of your client’s money in their pockets. We’ll answer the tough questions and show you what strategies are best for your clients as a result of the most recent tax reform. 

Date/Time

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Registration Time: 8:00am
8:30am – 4:00pm

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Course Type

Live Courses

CPE Credit

8.00 hours CPE credit

Instructor

Patrick Rogan

Field of Study

Taxation

Level of Knowledge

Intermediate

Designed For

CPAs looking for innovative tax planning and savings techniques to solve client problems.

Vendor

Kansas Society of CPAs

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of business taxation.

Advanced Preparation

None.

Highlights

  • Starting a business – the tax life of a business
  • Selecting a business entity type
  • Retirement Plan Options
  • Complying with the Affordable Care Act
  • Compensation of owners – hiring family members
  • Reasonable Compensation
  • Tangible property regulations
  • Managing section 1231 losses
  • Transactions with owners
  • Buy-Sell and Noncompete agreements
  • Exiting the business – special exit techniques

Objectives

When you complete this course you will be able to:

  • Identify important tax considerations for the small business at each
    stage of its life.
  • Differentiate entity type options available for small businesses.
  • Select an appropriate strategy for compliance with the Affordable Care Act employer provisions.
  • Differentiate the various ways in which LLC owners may be subject to self-employment taxes.
  • Choose the correct tax treatment for fringe benefits granted to partners and S corporation shareholders.
  • Choose the most effective strategy for depreciation of business tangible property.
  • Identify opportunities for timing of section 1231 losses.
  • Compare tax impacts of various methods of leaving a partnership.
  • Recognize tax issues involved in the exit of a shareholder from a corporation.
  • Select among ways to dispose of or liquidate a business in a tax-efficient manner.

Location

Kansas Society of CPAs
114 SE 8th Ave
Topeka, KS 66603
785-272-4366
Member Fee $290.00
Non-Member Fee $360.00
Late Fee
on or after May 13, 2018
$50.00
AICPA Discount -$30.00
Your Price $410.00

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