Kathryn Pittman and Brandon Lagarde will cover the Employee Retention Tax Credit from its inception in the CARES Act in 2020 to its current state, with special focus on changing qualification criteria between 2020 and 2021. They will also examine the rules relating to how to determine whether a business was fully or partially suspended, along with more specialized topics relating to the aggregation of businesses for credit purposes and how to claim the credits.
This event was postponed from September 1 due to Hurricane Ida. If you previously registered for the original date, your registration will automatically be transferred to the new date. You will receive an email with the login information and materials as we get closer to the webcast.
Brandon is a Director in the Postlethwaite & Netterville Tax Services Group, where he concentrates his practice on tax planning and consulting for federal and state income taxes and state and local sales and use tax.
Brandon works with clients of all sizes in a variety of industries and assists those businesses with navigating the tax complexities of today’s highly regulated environment. Brandon has extensive experience assisting clients with tax issues associated with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (aka "Federal Tax Reform"), the Affordable Care Act, Louisiana income and sales taxation, tax planning for closely-held business, trusts and estates, multi-state planning and compliance, and mergers and acquisitions.
Kathryn Pittman is an Associate Tax Director in the P&N Tax Services Group. Prior to joining the firm, she served as an Associate in the Tax Group at a regional law firm where she worked with clients on a variety of multi-state tax issues including advising on state credits and incentives. She has also worked in the state and local tax group of a national law firm advising Fortune 500 businesses on complex state and local tax matters.
Kathryn’s practice focuses on federal taxation as well as on the complex nature of state taxation, including multi-state tax compliance. Kathryn also has experience in transactional planning for mergers and acquisitions, including both the state and federal tax consequences of such transactions. Kathryn is a published author in the area of state taxation, writing on topics related to both income/franchise and sales/use tax issues.
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