Early Bird Fees (through 11/20)
After 11/20, add $50 to your fee.
CPE: 8 hours
Advanced prep: None
Who should attend: Practitioners in public practice and industry.
The IRS and Congress are constantly changing the tax law whether by new regulations or allowing tax code provisions to expire. The 2014 mid-term elections will surely have an impact on tax policy going forward, with a Republican majority in both houses of Congress. For practitioners it’s a challenge to stay current or ahead of the curve! This ACPEN course will include a panel of national tax practitioners and experts reviewing the latest legislative and regulatory developments affecting individuals, corporations and other business entities.
For example, recently released final and proposed regulations and new forms regarding the net investment income tax promise to make tax planning and filing more challenging in coming years. Many taxpayer friendly provisions of the tax code were extended in 2014. What will happen to them in 2015 looking forward? What will you tell your clients as year-end 2015 approaches?
You should also expect that the IRS will continue to provide new guidance on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and its application to both individuals and businesses. The mandate for businesses to provide health insurance coverage or pay penalties began in 2015 and you should expect developments in that area affecting your clients. Do you know what to tell them about the mandate or paying the penalty? Do you understand the monetary penalties to the business owner when the employee has to get his own insurance? It may not be as simple as you think.
The panel will focus on providing practical advice useful to practitioners during the upcoming tax season, beginning in January 2016, as well as December 2015 year-end planning.
Of course, the panel will also explain the latest IRS initiatives, new regulations, revenue rulings and court decisions that impact the way you advise your clients.
Our experts will focus on the most important tax developments that will be in place by December, 2015. We can't tell you now what all the changes will be but we can give you the best information anywhere on current tax issues…current to the day of the broadcast! Explore in detail the latest statutory, regulatory and judicial developments impacting tax issues. Get the latest details and all the developments in this up-to-the minute tax program that you won't want to miss.