Before preparing your clients’ 2018 returns, or planning their taxes for 2019,
you need to know…
What Significant Nuances, Guidelines and
Opportunities Are Buried in the Final 199A Regs?
You already know that the new Internal Revenue Code Section 199A, 20% Business Deduction greatly impacts your clients with investment real estate, professional practices, and other forms of product and service businesses.
But, do you know 199A at the detailed sub-atomic level needed to best service and advise your clients?
As with most radical tax law changes, there is plenty of complexity under the surface, now illuminated further by the recently released Final Regs by the IRS.
Join us and nationally renowned CPA and tax expert, Robert S. Keebler, CPA/PFS, MST, AEP (Distinguished), CGMA, for a special and timely presentation entitled, “The Final 199A Regs: An Overview”.
During this 90-minute program, Bob will cover the key components of the Final Regs and, most importantly, what you need to know and how to practically apply it to your practice with your clients!
In particular, he will cover:
- What changes did the final regulations make to the definition of “specified service’ businesses?
- What is the impact on triple net leases and those in the financial services business?
- How were the “anti-abuse” rules designed to prevent taxpayers from establishing multiple non-grantor trusts impacted?
- Did the final regulations change our understanding of the basic computational rules of 199A?
- Is the aggregation of multiple businesses impacted?
- Did the “Sweet Spot” for S corporation shareholder wages to optimize the 199A deduction change?
- What is the impact of the final regulations on a company’s debt, the purchasing of equipment and expensing it, as well as the impact on REITs.
- Was the definition of “reputation or skill” impacted?
- Questions and answers to all the tough 199A questions!
Your purchase includes: Downloadable PDF handout materials and MP3 audio recording. A PDF transcript to your purchase during the checkout process for an additional fee.