The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was enacted a year ago, but it still presents many challenges for tax practitioners. Now, practitioners must advise their clients regarding the new law and prepare 2018 income tax returns that reflect the many statutory changes. This program is a comprehensive review and analysis of the major provisions of the TCJA, designed to help tax practitioners understand this new legislation both theoretically and practically. The program includes intensive coverage of all critical elements of the new law. After completing this course, practitioners will be able to head into the 2018 tax season knowing that they understand the law, can advise their clients accordingly, and can prepare the newest versions of IRS tax forms.
Join nine of Surgent’s top tax instructors on this engaging and unique 8-hour webinar, divided into four distinct sessions covering the most critical topics you and your clients need to know now.
9:00-10:30 a.m. Eastern: Review of TCJA impacting
individuals and businesses (Mike Tucker, Lance Weiss, Lynn Nichols)
10:40-12:00 noon Eastern: Individual and
business tax planning strategies in light of the TCJA changes (Mike Tucker,
Jack Surgent, Julie Welch)
1-3 p.m.: Update on Section 199A (Mike Tucker,
Josh Becker, Karen Davis)
3:10-5:00 p.m.: Pass-through entities update (Mike
Tucker, Bob Lickwar)
- Advise clients regarding the latest tax developments
Tax practitioners who advise clients regarding tax planning strategies and tax practitioners preparing individual and business-related tax returns for 2018
A basic knowledge of individual income taxation