SF Taxation: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Update | L2270218


Date :
February 12, 2018 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location :
San Francisco
Facility :
Golden Gate Univ - San Francisco
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Level of Difficulty :
CPE Credits :
CPE 1.00, MCLE 0.75
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The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will have a dramatic impact on individuals and businesses. This program will provide a high-level summary of these changes, how they will impact tax, and how individuals and businesses will change their entities and transactions in response to the new law.


• Learn provisions of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act relevant to individuals and business taxpayers.
• Gain the ability to better advise clients on the most efficient choice of entity for business and investments.
• Understand how the new tax law will impact individuals and business.

Major Subjects:

• Individual taxpayers: Impact of change in tax rates, itemized deductions, and fringe benefits. Detailed review of the new tax benefits for flow-through businesses
• Business taxpayers: Reduction in corporate tax rates, changes in cost recovery, new limits on business interest expense, simplification rules for small businesses, comparison of tax costs of corporations versus flow-through entities

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Lunch is included with registration
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Designed For:
CPAs and tax professionals


Frederick Sroka, CPA
Dean Fred Sroka received his JD from UCLA, practiced as a tax lawyer for 18 years, worked as a tax accountant for 18 years, and managed a couple of years as a management consultant. He has been a member of the GGU adjunct tax faculty since 1983, and a member of the tax advisory board. Fred retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in 2014 and has served as the dean of the Bruce F. Braden School of Tax since October of 2014. He holds an active CPA license in California and Colorado and is an inactive member of the California State Bar. Fred and his wife Ronda have two kids (both off in grad school), who provide constant coaching on the world from a millennial student’s perspective. Fred loves to play tennis and golf and is constantly puttering around the house with his tools.
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