In the wake of the biggest Internal Revenue Code overhaul since 1986, business and individual clients are asking “how does this affect me?” They want to know if they’re at risk, will they pay higher taxes, and what strategies to employ under the new taxing regime. This course arms you with the latest tax planning strategies to better serve your clients. Your knowledge of the hottest topics coming out of tax reform, and continuing legislative guidance, will bring added value to your services in the eyes of current and prospective clients. Learn how to better advise your clients by offering them the latest tax saving strategies.
Tax reform, legislative changes and IRS guidance that impacts individuals and businesses. Section 199A Qualified Business Income deduction. Court decision tax developments. Qualified research credit. Section 179 and bonus depreciation. Tax advantaged savings accounts. Tax benefits for education. Tax preparer penalties. Hot tax planning strategies for individuals and small businesses. Roth IRA, IRA, and retirement plan options. And much more!
Basic understanding of individual and business taxation
Identify how to advise clients on recent tax law changes, tax developments, and tax issues affected by societal and economic trends. Recognize new tax planning opportunities as a result of the latest tax law legislation.
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Brian Gosline’s primary practice is in individual, corporate, partnership and estate and gift taxation and planning as well as valuations. Mr. Gosline received his B.B.A. and J.D. degrees from Gonzaga University in Spokane. He is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and Spokane County Bar Association. Mr. Gosline is a C.P.A. and is a Past President of the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants and formerly served on the Board of Directors and as Chairman of numerous WSCPA Committees. He was also a member of Council of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the governing body of the 340,000 member AICPA. Mr. Gosline was President of the Gonzaga University Alumni Board of Directors and a member of the Gonzaga University Board of Regents. He has served as an officer and member of numerous boards of financial institutions, non-profit and charitable organizations and is a Past President of Spokane South Little League. He has spoken before various groups on corporate and individual tax matters as well as estate and gift taxation and has written numerous articles for national and local publications involving various issues of income, estate and gift tax planning. He is an adjunct professor of federal taxation and business law at the Gonzaga University School of Business.
Non-Member Price $349.00
Member Price $249.00