Certified Public Accountants
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (18 Months Later)
What's Smoking Hot in 2019
and How to Wrestle It Down   (Revised)
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Online Registration Form

Date: June 11, 2019
Location: Mahoney State Park, Ashland
Course Time: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Registration Begins: 8:00 AM
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act struck America on December 22, 2017, like a bolt of lightning and left behind it mountains of debris. 1050 pages of legislation, hurriedly drafted. Treasury and IRS are way back on their heels. Lists of uncertainties are stacked by the dozens. We humbly stand, hat in hand, and are left to sort it all.

Treasury and IRS have gotten to what they can and done mostly well with it. Still, we must blow through it all with our snowplows (or hail plows, if you live in Omaha).

This relevant, lively and screaming timely session tackles the hottest of TCJA issues (not including international), sensitizes you as to them and sends you capably forth back into battle.
To learn tax planning opportunities and strategies to avoid pitfalls under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • How casualty loss rules have changed (Nebraska take note!!)
  • $10,000 SALT limit - Not as bad as you think (if you know what you're doing)
  • §199A - Judgment calls galore - How to document, override and proceed
  • §461(l) and NOLs - Messy, messy - Some towlettes we recommend
  • Choice of business entity - Turned on its ear or not?
  • §163(j) - Should a real estate (or ag) business elect out of §163(j)?
  • Speaking of farms, where does TCJA's effect on ag stand?
  • Accounting method changes and §163(j) - What is a "tax shelter" (deadly or academic?)
  • How to defend against dramatically harsher accuracy (and preparer) penalties
  • Estate and gift planning - Action recommended immediately, if not sooner
  • Form 1041 fiduciary income tax rules change (whole lot more than meet the eye)
  • Alimony deductions - Don't do another return without taking heed
  • Misc. itemized deductions - Nuclear fallout and what to do about it
  • Scores of TCJA changes you may never have heard of - But really matter
Who Should Attend
CPAs and other interested persons desiring to stay on top of federal tax planning under the Tax Cuts Jobs Act

Course Level Update
Prerequisites None
Course IDTCJA8
Discussion LeaderBradley Burnett, J.D., LL.M.
CPE Credit8
Additional Information: Parking and lunch are provided on-site.
Fee: $265 - Society Member
$315 - Society Nonmember
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