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With the tax overhaul and new tax bill passed by Congress, CalCPA instructors have updated top tax courses and added new topics directly addressing the issues and implications for your clients.
Be prepared and register for quality courses that you know and expect from CalCPA Education Foundation.
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Business & Corporate Tax CPE
California State & Local Tax CPE
Individual Tax Planning & Return Preparation CPE
International Tax CPE
Partnerships & LLCs CPE
Trusts & Estate Planning CPE
Register for upcoming tax courses that are updated to reflect legislative changes.
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Farmers Tax & Accounting Conference
Sept. 25 | Fresno & Webcast
Federal, State, Local & International Taxation Conference
Nov. 15–16 | Burbank, San Diego Simulcast & Webcast
Wine Industry Conference
Dec. 3 | Napa & Webcast
Annette Nellen, CPA, CGMA, Esq. and Gary McBride, CPA, Esq., LL.M. will prioritize the new law first effective in 2018 and developments relating to the new law.
The intricacies of the deduction for qualified business income (§199A) will mostly affect the types of clients common to CPAs. Understanding these rules is crucial to compliance and helping clients plan to maximize this deduction.
The new definition and favorable accounting methods for small businesses will result in most small businesses pursuing multiple method changes. Understanding of method changes and IRS guidance on making them for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes will affect many clients.
Changes to fringe benefits affect employees, and both for-profit and non-profit employers.
What factors should be considered in helping clients decide whether to take advantage of any new state laws to help individuals lessen the impact of the new $10,000 deduction limit for state and local taxes?
Gary and Annette will cover all of the above during their courses offered from Nov. 26—Jan. 28