Are your receivables light this year? Have you been working inordinate hours during this new normal without seeing the expected profits? We understand. This course is for you. Its utility is twofold.
Simply put, our panel of experts will focus on 2020 planning. The initial offering of Year-End Tax Update and Planning: Looking Back at 2020, Getting Ready for 2021 (YETU) on December 1st and its multiple subsequent dates will allow you ample time to implement 2020 tax savings for your clients. You’ll learn about those net operating loss refunds in order to put money in your clients’ pockets. You’ll have the latest on PPP loan forgiveness. We’ll discuss the moratorium on residential evictions so you’re able to advise landlords and creditors. COVID related deductions will be included since they’re always on our radar. So are the recent pronouncements for Form 1065 accenting partnership capital reporting. Explore these topics and scores of others designed to elevate you to superstar status at all those upcoming December meetings with clients looking to you to beat the bush for their tax savings to shake out.
Because we deliver for our customers and on the promise of twofold utility above, we would be remiss in our duty of edification if this year’s installment of our annual year-end course did not examine President-elect Biden’s individual and business tax proposals. The Senate runoff elections in Georgia will ultimately decide the viability of his agenda. You can’t effectively advise your fee-paying customers without understanding the potential legislation on the horizon. Again, do yourself a favor and checkmate that upcoming planning meeting with lucrative advice supplemented by your grasp of developing policy. Click here to sign up for Year-End Tax Update and Planning: Looking Back at 2020, Getting Ready for 2021 (YETU), with multiple webinar dates and times available to choose from.
Nick Spoltore is VP of Strategic Content Development – Tax, Regulatory, and Emerging Markets for Surgent CPE. Mr. Spoltore is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and of Delaware Law School. Before joining Surgent, he practiced tax and business law at the firm of Heaney & Kilcoyne. He is admitted to practice in PA, DE, and NJ.