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The legislation has passed; Congress has drastically changed the Internal Revenue Code by enacting the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the “Act”). This class will outline all of the significant changes in the 1,100-page Act. In this course, the participant will learn the legislative changes and how these changes will affect the compliance and planning needs of their clients. This novel course is one that practitioners cannot afford to miss!

Annual Business Meeting luncheon included.

Objectives

  • To provide practitioners with an understanding of the major changes to the Internal Revenue Code created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017
  • To provide practitioners with ideas as to how to create and/or update their client’s tax, financial, and estate plans due because of the Act

Highlights

  • Sunset provisions
  • Affordable Care Act issues
  • Tax Rates
  • Standard Deduction changes
  • Itemized Deduction changes
  • Tax Credit changes
  • Due Diligence issues
  • “Kiddie Tax” issues
  • Education issues
  • Alimony issues
  • MSAs and HSAs
  • Fringe Benefit issues
  • Retirement plan changes
  • Estate and Gift tax changes
  • Home Sale Exclusion issues
  • Private Activity Bond issues
  • Alternative Minimum Tax issues
  • Business Expensing issues
  • Luxury Automobile Limit issues
  • Recovery Periods
  • IRC §179 issues
  • Business Interest restrictions
  • Business Entertainment issues
  • Net Operating Loss issues
  • Business Credit issues
  • Pass-Through Business tax rates
  • Corporate Tax Rates
  • Exempt Organizations
  • IRS Administration issues
  • International issues
  • Repatriation issues

Who Will Benefit

CPAs, EAs, attorneys, and other tax preparers

Credits

Category Amount
Tax 8.00
Yikes, the time is near. Please call NMSCPA at (505) 246-1699 to register.

Leaders

  • Shelli Huston

    Shelli Huston, CPA, MS, an Oregon native. She attended Warner Pacific College where she received a Bachelors in Business with an Emphasis in Accounting. After obtaining her CPA license, she continued to Golden Gate University where she received her Master's Degree in Taxation. Shelli worked in a small tax firm for many years. In 2006, she opened her own tax and accounting firm. She has watched her business grow and expand to include teaching and writing. Shelli has over 20 years of experience in personal, business, estate, trust, and gift taxation, as well as QuickBooks and payroll. She enjoys working with clients of all types and small businesses, especially new businesses. Shelli is passionate about the importance of being the best professionals we can be. This profession comes with an inherent integrity that takes work to uphold. Through her participation in education, she is excited to assist in upholding the professionalism of the accounting and tax profession.

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