CFMA has added this special, time-sensitive program to discuss how the new Tax Cuts & Jobs Act will affect you and your business. CFMA Members come FREE!
The changes will affect every person and business. Some of the topics to be covered include:
- New Individual and Corporate Tax Rates
- Qualified Business Income - Pass-through income deduction
- Bonus Depreciation and Section 179
- Interest Expense Limitation
- Manufacturers Deduction (Section 199 deduction)
- Excess Business Losses
- Cash Basis
- Carried Interest
- Like-kind Exchange
- Technical Terminations
- Lifetime Gift Exemption
- State and Local Tax (SALT) Considerations
About the Speakers:
Brian Newman, CPA, is a partner with CohnReznick, and he leads the Firm’s Tax Practice in our Hartford office. He has more than 30 years of professional experience concentrating in the formation, operation, and dissolution of partnerships, C-corporations, S-corporations, and limited liability companies. Brian has extensive experience dealing with tax issues for family-owned and Fortune 500 businesses, alike, serving clients across various industries, including financial services, real estate, manufacturing, technology, and construction. An expert in his specialization, Brian is a frequent speaker and author on issues involving federal and state taxation and partnership taxation matters and was appointed as an adjunct professor for the University of Hartford’s Master of Science in Taxation program.
Stephen P. Gregory, JD, is a director with CohnReznick and specializes in tax law, providing strategic tax planning services to many of the Firm’s closely-held business clients and their owners. He has expertise in many areas that impact individual returns, including basis, at-risk, passive activity losses as well as net investment income tax issues. Stephen also has extensive experience dealing with tax controversy issues, including Federal notices, desk audits and field audits of business entities as well as individuals. Stephen serves a diverse group of clients with an emphasis on partnerships, limited liability companies, and S-corporations. He is responsible for researching tax issues, structuring transactions, and advising clients on a wide variety of industries, including, but not limited to, real estate, construction, and manufacturing.