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OC/LB Fall Luncheon: Insight into Federal, State and Local Year-End Tax Issues | H1031117
November 8, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Orange County Central
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What is happening at the Federal, State and local level that will impact you and your clients?
Come find out at our Fall Luncheon.
You and your clients will hear about the tax issues being discussed at the State, local and Federal level from our speakers.
Our panelist will provide you outstanding information on tax law issues that could impact your client’s decisions before year end. They will also discuss what to expect in 2018 on a local, state and federal level.
At the luncheon, network with other CalCPA members. Don't forget to invite your clients as they will appreciate the information they receive from our outstanding speakers.
· Jason Fox, Division Director, Government Relations, CalCPA
· Shari L. Freidenrich, CPA, CCMT, CPFA, ACPFIM, Treasurer- Tax Collector, Orange County
· Katie Williams, Communications and Liaison. IRS
Contributions or gifts to CalCPA are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, they may be deductible under other provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. Please consult your tax advisor.
Net proceeds from the event will be used to support accounting students in CA.
Lunch included in cost. Valet parking included.
Table of 10: $600
Become a Sponsor: $500
A mention in all printed materials
Listed as a sponsor in the bi-monthly e-blasts and monthly bulletins
Logo and link included on the OC/LB Chapter webpage
The option to do a prize drawing event
A three- to five-minute speaking opportunity
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CPAs and their clients
Kristen Deazeley is currently a Stakeholder Liaison for Communications, Liaison and Disclosure in the Internal Revenue Service Small Business and Self-Employed Division, where she works with tax professionals, small business owners, industry and trade associations, as well as in conjunction with other Federal, State and local government agencies. Kristen has worked with the Internal Revenue Service since 2004. Prior to joining the Stakeholder Liaison team, Kristen worked as a Revenue Agent where she examined sole proprietor, 1120 and flow through entity returns. She has held acting assignments as a Field Examination group manager and performed details with the National Research Program. Prior to joining the Stakeholder Liaison team, Kristen worked as a Revenue Agent where she examined sole proprietor, 1120 and flow through entity returns. She has held acting assignments as a Field Examination group manager and performed details with the National Research Program
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