Gain a better understanding of how the new tax reform impacts business expense deductions.
Don't wait until trying to file your 2018 tax returns to learn about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Major revisions, like this, to the tax code have not occurred since 1986.
This topic will help you attain a better understanding of this new tax legislation as it relates, in particular, to business expenses and related other available deductions.
This information is critical for business owners and employees, so that the right information can be tracked now at the beginning of 2018 as opposed to trying to obtain the necessary information after-the-fact to file the tax return.
- You will be able to describe the changes impacting business expense deductions in this landmark - Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Legislation (Last major tax reform occurred in 1986, for perspective).
- You will be able to identify the new information that you need to be tracking now at the start of 2018 to take full advantage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
- You will be able to discuss how to apply the new Sec 199A rules - 20% deduction for qualified business income of pass-thru entities (including real estate investors): S-Corps, Partnerships, etc.
- You will be able to explain how to apply the new Sec 179 - expanded changes - increased limit and eligible property.
This Live Webinar Covers These Hot Issues:
Background of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act From a Business Perspective
Tax Rate Adjustments
Business Expense Deduction Changes and Limitations
SEC 179 Asset Deduction Changes
New SEC 199A – 20% Deduction for Qualified Business Income of Pass-Thru Entities
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Only registered attendee will receive continuing education credit.
Dennis Risinger, CPA, CMA, CGMA, CIA, Risinger & Associates, LLC
- Owner of a tax, accounting and consulting practice in Columbia, MO – Risinger & Associates, LLC
- Practice focuses on individual and small – medium size businesses in the areas of tax and related planning, business consulting, bookkeeping and accounting, technology and training services
- Conducts regular presentations, seminars and workshops in the various practice focus areas
- B.S. degree in accounting, University of Kentucky
- Memberships include AICPA, Missouri Society of CPAs, ISACA and the IIA
- Can be contacted at 573-554-6135 or email@example.com