67th Annual Tax School - 2016
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About the Product
67th Annual Tax School
*Endorsed by the Taxation Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin
Who should watch:
- Tax attorneys
- Business attorneys
- Corporate attorneys
- Estate planning attorneys
- General practitioners
- Probate attorneys
- Attorneys representing small businesses
How you’ll benefit:
- Receive a state tax update focusing on multi-state nexus issues
- Learn about the latest federal tax law changes
- Find out how proposed regulations of Section 2704 could affect family wealth transfers
- Gain an understanding of IRS summonses and enforcement from members of the IRS Office of Chief Counsel
- Explore the impact of new audit rules on partnerships and how to prepare your business clients
- Get an update on recent developments in like-kind exchanges
- Discover how to avoid ethical traps in your practice
It’s tax time
School is back in session – tax school, that is! Join us at the 67th Annual Tax School for the ultimate compilation of tax law updates and analysis as we tackle topics for tax planning and tax controversy.
Partnership audits are just around the corner
Under the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, business partnerships could be subject to income taxes. Although this new legislation won’t go into effect until 2018, your clients need to start planning now to protect their interests.
Find out which partnerships will be affected by the Act, and learn what partnerships and LLCs can do to prepare. Receive advice for reviewing and rewriting partnership agreements. In addition, understand the consequences of an IRS audit under the new law.
A source for summons specifics
Your client has received an IRS summons. Now what? George Bezold and Mark J. Miller from the IRS Office of Chief Counsel explain the who, what, where, when, why, and how of IRS summonses and enforcement.
Additionally, we’ll have insights on important issues such as:
Multi-state nexus issues: See how having a nexus in another state makes a company subject to the other state's taxing themes.
Like-kind exchanges: Get the scoop on the latest Section 1031 developments and the Bartell decision.
Family wealth transfer planning: Explore the pros and cons of the proposed Section 2704 regulations and what they could mean for your clients.
Tax tools, tips, and techniques
Dig deeper into the trends and topics impacting your clients while learning how to handle common ethical conundrums in your practice at the 67th Annual Tax School. Purchase now!