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Earn education credit without leaving your home or office! Registration is now open for members and nonmembers for the following one-hour webinars:
Nov. 29: Professional Liability 101
Presented by Ryan Anderson and Samuel McFee
Many people believe that their employer provides the necessary insurance coverage while they are on the job. Unfortunately, that is not always the
case. Providing an in-depth risk management examination of the what a professional liability policy should cover, this seminar will help uncover any
potential gaps in existing coverage and provide a deeper understanding of their own liability.
Dec. 8: Successor Liability: State and Local Tax Focus
Presented by Judy Vorndran, J.D., CPA
Successor liability issues, when mishandled, can leave both the purchaser and the business exposed to liability. Join us to discuss strategies to minimize
successor liability risk associated with a business transaction transfer.
Dec. 13: Partnership Update
Presented by James Lynch, Esq., CPA
A discussion of recent developments in federal taxation of partnerships — regulations, court decisions and law changes.
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Thousands of U.S. taxpayers have given up their passports or their green cards in the third quarter of 2016, the second-highest quarterly number on record, according to Treasury Department statistics published in the Federal Register.
The record number of 1,426 was seen in the third quarter of last year.
As written by tax expert Craig Smalley, "A few years ago, during the oil crisis and back when gasoline was $4 a gallon, a supermarket in our town offered gasoline discounts based on certain items that you bought and how much you spent in their store. My wife and I would get as many points as we could so we could get a free tank of gas. It was simple to do because we had to eat anyway, so why not shop at a store that was providing us a loyalty discount?"
Incoming President Donald Trump is likely to focus on a push toward international tax overhaul and away from the current U.S. crackdown on inversions and earnings stripping, practitioners told Bloomberg BNA.
"I think all of that goes to the back burner," Paul Schmidt, chair of tax at BakerHostetler LLP, said Nov. 9.
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While President-elect Donald Trump has proposed the biggest tax cuts since Ronald Reagan, voters in several states approved tax increases.
The largest potential state tax hikes came in the form of levies on recreational marijuana sales in at least three states. Voters in California approved a tax increase on top earners and Maine may follow suit.
The estate tax has been a hot button issue this election season, but many advisers aren't aware that an inheritance tax may also be on the way.
While the U.S. estate and gift tax systems impose obligations on a donor (giver), proposals under Internal Revenue Code Section 2801 may require certain donees (recipients) to pay a 40 percent inheritance tax.
President-elect Donald Trump's campaign proposal to slash taxes on cash U.S. companies have stashed outside of the country could benefit the tech industry most of all.
Companies like Apple, Microsoft and Google are among the top holders of over $1 trillion of cash held outside of the country.
Intellectual Property — A Practitioners' Overview
Webinar: Professional Liability 101
Webinar: Successor Liability: State and Local Tax
Attorney-CPA Washington State 2017 Ethics
Webinar: Partnership Update
2016 Tax Update
Jan. 10, 2017
AAA-CPA Luncheon in Conjunction With the Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning
Jan. 24, 2017
Raising Healthy, Wealthy & Wise Kids: Case Studies
July 4, 2017
2017 Annual Meeting & Education Conference
7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063