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Thursday, May 10, 2018 3:15 PM -4:15 PM

Should Your Clients Make an Entity Change to Benefit from 2018 Tax Changes?

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Cyber Crime – Protecting Your Accounting Business ppt (pdf)
Cyber Crime – Protecting Your Accounting Business audio (mp3)
Cyber Crime – Protecting Your Accounting Business video (wmv)

Speaker: Nallie Akalp
Your small business clients rely on you to let them know when they can save money, especially when it comes to tax opportunities. This is true whether you’re offering monthly bookkeeping services or a full range of tax and accounting solutions. One huge opportunity that’s available is the new 20 percent deductibility rule for corporations. Learn who this affects, how this changes your advice on whether a client should incorporate, and how you can generate a whole new revenue stream from this advice.

After attending this session, you will be able to:

  • Name at least three major forms of entities that are available to your clients
  • List one easy way to manage legal compliance and generate a new revenue stream on autopilot
  • Describe, in general terms, what the 20 percent deduction is for corporations and who is eligible
  • Identify a resource where you can find out more as clarification is published on this emerging topic