Since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was enacted at the end of last year, we at Surgent have offered trainings of various kinds to thousands of tax practitioners on all aspects of this new legislation. Yet we find whenever we offer a program covering the new legislation, audience members want to know more about Section 199A, the 20% deduction for pass-through entities. Typically, we receive hundreds of questions each time we discuss this topic.
So, we have decided to take a new approach. Rather than try to determine what you need to know, we want to respond to your need for input in the form of answering questions that you have. So, this program’s only agenda is answering your questions. When you sign up you can get your own questions answered and listen to the questions that other tax practitioners pose to our panel of experts.
We recommend that you take our 4-hour program, Understanding Section 199A: The 20% Deduction for Pass-Through Entity Owners and Investors in Real Estate (DEPT), before you take this program – though this is not a prerequisite. In addition, we cannot address specific client related questions or complex computation issues – there is just not enough time for this. Apart from those conditions, we welcome your questions and our outstanding panelists will do their best to answer all your questions related to Section 199A.
- Audience questions relating to the 20% deduction
- The $157,500 and $315,000 income limitations
- Specified service trades or businesses
- W-2 wage limitations and depreciable property limitation
- How S corporation shareholders and member/partners calculate their deduction
- Understand and apply the Section 199A deduction
Tax practitioners seeking to understand the new Section 199A 20% deduction for owners of pass-through entities
None, but recommend attendees take our 4-hour program, Understanding Section 199A: The 20% Deduction for Pass-Through Entity Owners and Investors in Real Estate (DEPT)